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  • Skip finally gets recognition for his hard work

    25th April 2016

    We were all very proud on Sunday when Skip was presented with the Scout Association's Silver Acorn Award during our St George's Day Service at Rochester Cathedral.  The hard work and commitment shown to 24th Borstal scouts was only part of the reason this was awarded. The fundraising and...

  • Jumble Sale

    10th October 2015

    Don't forget its our jumble sale on 10th October. All donations can be brought to the hut on Friday 9th between 7pm-9pm (or at other times by prior arrangements). The jumble sales are some of our biggest fundraisers and we need your support. ...

  • Heavy Horse Show

    6th September 2015

    The group have raised a massive £2165.96 today at the heavy horse show. A huge thanks go out to everyone who donated cakes to this event but a massive thanks must go to the committee members and leaders who once again gave up their own time to make this group fundraiser a success. More...

  • 24th Borstal at the marathon

    26th April 2015

    Today a group of young people from 24th borstal headed to London at a very early time of 6am to help at the marathon. As in previous years, we have helped at a water point offering water to runners and giving lots of encouragement. These young people then head home and take part in the St George's...

  • Remembrance Day Parade

    9th November 2014

    Medway towns district scouts presence at this years remembrance parade was as strong as ever.  This year held particular significance with it being the 100th anniversary of the break out of the First World War and the representation of the 24th Borstal scout Group was a proud moment for us...

  • Jumble Sale TOTAL

    11th October 2014

    We raised an incredible £923.46 at our jumble sale today. Thank you to everyone who helped. We could not have done it without you. ...

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