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National Redress Scheme

01 Nov 2018

Scouts SA have been formally declared a participant in the National Redress Scheme

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YPR Groups 2019

30 Oct 2018

Applications are open for 15-20 Groups to start rolling our the new Youth Program in 2019

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Woodhouse Working Bee

24 Oct 2018

Sunday 18 November A great service activity for Scouts, Venturers, Rovers, parents and leaders, so round up your mates and come and lend a hand to see the installation of these exciting new activities through to completion. Sunday 18th November from 9am with BBQ lunch provided

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Scouts Australia's Apology

05 Oct 2018

Today, on Friday the 5th October 2018, Scouts Australia apologised to survivors of child sexual abuse in Scouting. Making this apology is part of Scouts Australia’s commitment to acknowledge and address the harm that some of its members have suffered through Scouting.

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Dilly Bags

 
A dilly bag is a cloth draw string bag, preferably cotton because it breathes allowing your gear to stay dry without going mouldy!
The drawstring stops dust and bugs getting in and allows the bag to be hung up in the fresh air as well as stopping the gear inside from falling out!
The dilly bag is used to transport and store your camp eating gear.
 
Inside your dilly bag should be:
 

All the contents should be made of strong material such as metal or melamine to avoid breakage and should be CLEARLY LABELLED!!!!!

 

The easiest way to make a dilly bag is from a pillowcase or cotton bag from the supermarket with drawstring sewn in.

The contents for Dilly bags can be easily purchased form the Scout outdoor centre