Woodside Explorer Scout Unit
The Woodside Explorer Scout Unit is based in Rosyth and regularly meets at Rosyth Methodist Church on a Friday evening between 7pm and 9pm.
The name Woodside Explorer Scout Unit is derived from the street that separates the two Scout Groups (13th Fife & 41st Fife) that they regularly receive new members from... `Woodside Avenue`.
The Unit welcome all young people - male and female - between the ages of 14 and 18 to come and join them for fun and adventurous activities including archery, conservation, bushcraft, mountain biking, scuba diving and international expeditions to name but a few.
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People are quite jealous when you tell them what you do, especially when you explain to them that Scouting has helped you travel around Europe, taken you gorge walking or skiing. I do it because I get a lot out of it and i am a better person for it! I would encourage anybody aged 14-18 to give Explorer Scouts a go as I know that they will not regret it!