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Hadrian District

Supporting Scouting in Northumberland

The Scout Association is the UK's largest mixed youth organisation with more than 450,000 members in the UK and more across the world.

Our innovative spirit and ability to make things happen plays a vital role in the development of young people everywhere and these available roles will give you the chance to make a big impact on the lives of young people.

We are constantly on the lookout for adult volunteers to help out in local Scouting. If you want to get involved, please use the Find Out More link, to the right of this page, to contact us.

From time-to-time we will advertise here for volunteers to fill a specific roll.


District Treasurer  (Feb. 19)

Do you have a head for numbers without losing the bigger picture? If so, we would like to hear from you as we could use your talents on the Hadrian District Executive Committee.
We are looking for a strong team player who can help manage and plan the financial activities of the District. You should be able to prepare and present report and accounts, help set budgets and financial planning process in accordance with the legal requirements. You will also be willing to act as a Trustee of the District, we offer training to help you understand your role.
Help us give young people the skills they need to succeed in life and discover how being part of the Scouting family can be as rewarding for you as it is for them.
If you are interested and would like a bit more information please get in touch with us;
Email for more information;
simon@hadrianscouts.co.uk or bruce@hadrianscouts.co.uk
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If you would like to contact us for more details or arrange to meet with a leader, please click the link below for our contact form.

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Hadrian District
Hadrian District, Northumberland, Hexham, NE46
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