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UK Chief Commissioner’s visit & Christmas party

Posted on November 8th, 2016 by admin

As you may know the UK Chief Commissioner, Tim Kidd, will be visiting the Island for the Peace Light Service on the 17th December. In the evening we will be having a Christmas party for all Leaders, Supporters, Network members and Explorers. This will be a great opportunity to chat with Tim as he is really keen to hear your views and what you get up to. It will also be a great opportunity to meet up with fellow leaders and celebrate another great year of Scouting on the Island.

Date: Saturday 17th December, 7:30pm
Location: 1st Malew Scout Hall, Mill Road, Ballasalla.

Please can everyone bring a plate of food for the buffet and if you would like to join in with Secret Santa bring a long a small gift, maximum £3, that would be suitable for anyone (remember there will be under 18s present).

I am keen for Tim to see how amazing Scouting is on the Island so I challenge Explorer Units and Network (and even Leaders if you want) to make a short video entitled – ‘Why i.Scout’. Think outside the box for this one, there will be a prize for the best video!

Look forward to seeing you there,

Izzy Dorman
Island Youth Commissioner

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Invitation to the Peace Light Service

Posted on November 2nd, 2016 by admin

peace-light-badge-invitation-2016All young people, leaders, parents (and everyone else) are invited to the Service of Distribution of the Bethlehem Peace Light. The service will be at St Matthew’s Church, North Quay, Douglas at 2:00 pm.
It will be conducted by the Reverend Father Bob Boyle in the presence of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and Tim Kidd, Chief Commissioner of Scouting UK.

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Chief Commissioner’s Blog | Spoilt for choice

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by admin

In Wayne Bulpitt’s latest blog, on the scouts.org.uk website, he talks about his visit to the Isle of Man for St. George’s Day.

The island had ensured that their St George’s Day was something young people wanted to be involved in and the number of young people involved was fantastic.

Read the UKCC’s (his abbreviation) full blog on the at the link below.

Source: The Scout Association

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