If you would like to join the Otford Scout Group please submit the form below

Join Otford Scouts

Scouting is run entirely by volunteers and the 15th has a small but dedicated band of leaders and supporters who all believe that scouting brings an important benefit to both the village, and the wider world. There are plenty of opportunities for adults to become involved - as leaders, assistant leaders, parent helpers at camp or on trips, at hut maintenance days, helping with fund raising events and as Group supporters/administrators. If you would like to become involved then please contact one of the Group’s leaders. We want as many people as possible to enjoy the benefits that Scouting brings - both young and not so young! And as a volunteer you will have as much fun as the Scouts!

Otford Scout Group has four Sections that meet at the Scout HQ off Station Road, Otford.
Beavers                   core age 6 to 8 years old, meet on Mondays between 5pm & 6:15pm    
Seeonee Cubs        core age 8 to 10½ years old, meet on Mondays between 6.30pm & 8:15pm
Waingunga Cubs    core age 8 to 10½ years old, meet on Thursdays between 6.30pm & 8:15pm
Scouts                    core age 10½ to 14 years old, meet on Fridays between 7.30pm & 9pm

Child's Name  
Parent's Name  
Address (including postcode)  
Telephone Number  
Date of birth  
School attended  

The Personal information of young people supplied to the Group will be stored so we can keep a full record of their time with us as a Scout. It will also ensure that the leaders are aware of any special needs, alleges, dietary etc of that young person whilst they are under their care. Stored contact information will also allow us to keep you informed of upcoming Scouting activities or requirements. The Scout Group is using legitimate interest as the most appropriate lawful basis for processing this information as there is a limited impact on individuals, the processing is of clear benefit to the Scout Group and its members (your child), and by putting your child forward as a member of the Scouting Movement you are unlikely to object to the processing of that information.