The Scout Movement traces it’s roots back to a small camp organised by Baden Powell on Brown Sea Island, Poole, in 1907. Founded in 1908 and running continuously ever since makes 3rd Macclesfield Upton Priory among the longest established groups in the world.
To mark the occasion of our 110th anniversary we held an extraordinary camp at Barnswood Campsite and produced a film capturing this historic moment.
Scouting gives children more confidence, responsibility, a broader set of friends, a chance to pursue things they might not get to do otherwise, adventure and an extended family. This anniversary camp epitomised many of the positive aspects of modern Scouting, we hope you agree!