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1st South West Leeds (St Peter’s) Scout Group reopens its doors after pandemic break

Words: Elizabeth Wells

First South West Leeds (St Peter’s) Scout Group provides fun, challenge and adventure to young people in Bramley.  

The group, which meets at St Peter’s Church on Mondays, has been part of Bramley’s community for nearly 50 years. 

Unfortunately they had to pause meetings due to the pandemic, but thanks to the hard work of local volunteers they are now back up and running and have spaces for boys and girls aged six to 10 years old.  

They are holding an open evening on Monday 22 Novemberopen to all six to 10-year-olds and their families to come along and get a taste of what Scouting is all about. 

There will be fun activities to get involved with and a chance to speak to current members to find out what they love about being a Scout. 

If you’re interested in getting involved, get in touch with Elizabeth at to find out more!  

About The Scouts 

Scouting is the UK’s biggest mixed youth organisation. They change lives by offering six to 25-year-olds fun, challenging activities and personal development that make a positive impact in local communities. 

Scouting provides a platform for young people and adults to reach their full potential. Scouts develop vital life skills and help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world. Visit the Scouts website to find out more. 


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