Welcome to 4th Dovercourt (Royal Navy Recognised) Sea Scout Group, we are 1 of only 101 Royal Navy Recognised Sea Scouts Groups in the country and we are number 18.
As a group we try to teach the Scouts and Explorer Scouts a range of water activities as well as the traditional scouting elements.
This Website gives you a brief overview of Scouting in our local area, key contacts, and an idea of what you will be doing and what resources and help you should receive if you decided to join our group also contact details of leaders, if your child wishes to join the group contact details of leaders and age ranges are also on this Website.
The aims of Scouting is to offer challenge and adventure to all its members. We believe in helping our young people fulfil their potential by working in teams, learning by doing and thinking for themselves. We’re working to make Scouting available to all and we’re passionate about what we do.
Through the adventure of Scouting, young people get to take risks in a safe environment, and have their first taste of responsibility. We give young people experiences they’ll never forget. The sort of adventure we offer is the chance to experience something different and the opportunity for young people to discover their potential. When a Beaver Scout wakes up the morning after a sleepover, or a Cub Scout has just got over her fear of heights by completing her first abseil – that’s adventure.
All this is made possible by the efforts of our dedicated team of hard working voluntary adults. Our training scheme and one-to-one support ensures that each of our volunteers gets to make the best use of their skills and talents.
Our adults have a responsibility to make our Programme fun and exciting. They also make sure that it is safe. Our policies, rules, code of behaviour and advice on child protection and safety are there to ensure our young people stay safe while they enjoy themselves and learn.
Thanks once again, and welcome aboard. We meet at The Navigator Hall Barrack Lane Harwich CO12 3NP
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