Rea Valley Scout District is the largest in Birmingham County. 

We are the only Sea Scout group in this district and are proud to show off our different uniform and ceremonies at every opportunity

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The Scout Association County of Birmingham is a modern, forward looking, co-educational movement, working with over 5400 young people, throughout the city, and Sutton Coldfield from many faiths and backgrounds

It is supported by over 2200 volunteers working in 98 individual Scout Groups brought together into six Districts. We also work closely with our other colleagues in the other Scout Counties throughout the West Midlands region.

The UK Scout Association

Everything you need to know about Scouting in the UK. How to join as a young person, how to volunteer as an adult, what does scouting involve, inclusion for all & scouting with additional needs, right through to insurance and brand materials

Animal lover – check. Book worm – check. Photographer – check. Footballer – check. You name it, we’ve got a badge for it – over 200 of them actually. Scouts work together on badges at their weekly meetings, away at camps and events or at home. Badges are easy to earn and you don’t need anyone special to sign them off.

There’s never any pressure to do badges. Scouts can do as many or as few as they like. But for those up for a challenge, there are loads of exciting badges to aim for, such as the Chief Scout’s Bronze, Sliver, Gold  and Platinum awards – these are the highest awards that Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers can earn. And for those going further, the Queens Scout Award is the top achievement for young people in Scouts

But where do the badges go on the uniform? 

Beaver Jumper and Badge Locations

Cub Jumper and Badge Locations

Scout Jumper and Badge Locations

Explorer Shirt and Badge Locations