Welcome to the Clackmannanshire District Scouts website. 

Clackmannanshire Scouting has 500 youth members, both male and female, aged from 6 to 25, supported by 110 adult volunteers.

Scouting is organised into local Groups, who look after the three younger Sections: Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.  Young people over the age of 14 are managed by the District.

This website will keep you updated as to what is happening in Scouting across the Clackmannanshire District. 

So if you are not already involved why not find out more and come and join the adventure!

We are a registered charity in Scotland, SCO37100

District News

Scouts Donate to Ochil Mountain Rescue Team. Click here to read the full story

Cub Scouts renew their promise as part of their 100th birthday celebrations.  Click here to read the full story.

Cubs in Clackmannanshire have had a fun filled year celebrating their 100th birthday.  Click here to read the full story.

District Vacancy List


We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to work in partnership with the District Commissioner to ensure that effective operation of the Beaver Scout Section in their District in accordance with the rules as laid down in POR of The Scout Association

To find out more about the role click here  

If you wish to discuss the role further then please email dc@clackscouts.org.uk

SECTION LEADERS AND ASSISTANT LEADERS for all Sections and in all areas of Clackmannanshire.  Please check under the Groups tab to contact your nearest Group.


Scout National News

Scouts Scotland is looking for as many participants as possible to complete this super short survey (only 10 Qs). Please complete this with your children. Thanks!

As part of the ongoing review of the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA), the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) would like to hear the views of young people under the age of 18. I’d be grateful if you could share this link with any appropriate contacts, so that as many young people as possible can participate. Please note, they do not have to have participated in adventure activities to contribute. The survey closes on 14 March at 5pm.  Survey

April 22nd
Mark World Earth Day by building a little hotel for our smaller legged friends.
April 18th
Chief Commissioner, Tim Kidd, challenged Team UK to come up with ideas on how we can foster a culture of positivity and respect, helping us wear our values on our sleeves
April 15th
With street art possibly at its most popular in history, introduce young people to a different culture of art from the usual paint on canvas.
April 12th
Welcome to my allotment blog following the highs and lows of running a Scout Allotment through the coming year at the 1st Stanway Scout Group in Colchester. My hope is to encourage volunteers, parents and Scouts alike to give gardening a go. Together, we …
April 10th
You don’t need to have a permit to have an adventure on (or in) the water. We’ve made an list of adventurous activities you can do without a permit, so there’s nothing stopping you giving it a go and dipping your toes in. 
April 3rd
UK Chief Commissioner Tim Kidd explains why this is a timely moment to reflect on the value and importance of helping all young people experience our programme and develop skills for life. He also outlines how we’re working with the National Autisti…






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Scouting wouldn't exist without our brilliant adult volunteers.  For more information on volunteering in Scouting please click here.

Whatever time, skills and experience you can offer we will find the role for you and offer complete support and training.

14-18 year old volunteers are also welcome to join our exciting Explorer Scout Young Leader programme.  Go to the Explorer Scout pages to find out more.