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Kent County Scouts Council (Kent Scouts)
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Kent Scouts is one of the largest Scouting counties in the UK. Giving adventure to 17,000 young people and 6,000 adults across Kent.

We are an umbrella organisation to the Scout Association of the UK operating in the Local authorities of Kent County Council and Medway Council. Meeting the aims of the Scout Association within these areas.

The Kent County Scouts Council (Kent Scouts) Headquarters (County Office) is based at Lower Grange Farm and provides support for the Charity, its Trustees and supporting Scouting within Kent and Medway.

The County Office provides management and administrative support to the County Commissioner, County Chairman and Trustees. The office finance team supports the County Treasurer on financial matters.

Full details about the Kent County Scout Council including Overview, Financials, Documents and Trustees can be found on the Charity Commission Website The County AGM is held towards the end of each year.

County Chairman - Des Harris

County Commissioner - Dean Harding

County Treasurer - Tracey Swift

County President - Bill Cockcroft

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Kent County Scout Council
Kent Scouts Activity Centre
Lower Grange Farm
Grange Lane
Sandling
Maidstone, Kent
ME14 3DA

Directions to Lower Grange Farm

Telephone: 01622 766844

Online: Using this form

If you have a training question please contact that team via the training helpdesk.

Hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

Charity Registration Number: 303471

Kent Scout Districts
  • Ashford
  • Canterbury, Whitstable & Herne Bay
  • Dartford
  • Deal, Walmer & Sandwich
  • Dover
  • Faversham
  • Folkestone & Hythe
  • Gillingham
  • Gravesham
  • Maidstone East
  • Maidstone West
  • Malling
  • Medway Towns
  • Romney Marsh
  • Sevenoaks
  • Sheppey
  • Sittingbourne, Milton & District
  • Swanley
  • Thanet
  • Tonbridge
  • Tunbridge Wells
  • Weald
Community Impact

What is Community Impact?

Community Impact encourages Scouts to take practical action in the service of others, in order to create positive social change. It aims to benefit the wider community as well as the young people taking part.

See a few of the projects we have completed.

Last updated 7 hours ago by Stuart
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