Clyde Scouts is one of eight geographical areas that supports Scout Groups and Districts in Scotland and it is recognised as a Scottish Charity by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator; SC010415.
Clyde Scouts supports Scouting over the following areas of Scotland: Glasgow; East Renfrewshire; East Dunbartonshire; North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire.
To get in touch with Scout Groups in your local area, and find out which group is closest - please click here.
There are eight Districts in the Region:
- Eastwood - covering East Renfrewshire
- Great Western - covering Glasgow's West end, Bearsden & Milngavie
- Kelvin Valley - covering from Barmulloch to Kilsyth and Cumbernauld
- South East - covering Glasgow's East end, Rutherglen and Cambuslang
- South Western - covering Glasgow's South Side
- Strathcalder - covering Hamilton, East Kilbride, Uddingston, Blantyre and Bothwell
- Clydesdale - covering Larkhall, Carluke, Blackwood, Lesmahagow, Stonehouse and Lanark
- Calder - covering Coatbridge, Motherwell, Wishaw, Bellshill, Airdrie, Shotts and Plains.
The Regional office is based at 21 Elmbank Street, Glasgow where the Scout Council employs a small staff team to support their administrative functions and to support local Scouting across Clyde Region.
To find out about Auchengillan, Avondyke, Coltswood and Pinkston, head over to our "What We Do" tab.
Scouting provides adventure-based programmes for young people between the ages of 4 and 25 years old throughout the City of Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and North and South Lanarkshire.
We believe that through adventure we challenge individuals so that they learn and experience new things that enrich their lives.
Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society
Scouting takes place when young people, in partnership with adults, work together based on the values of Scouting and:
- enjoy what they are doing and have fun
- take part in activities indoors and outdoors
- learn by doing
- share in reflection
- take responsibility and make choices
- undertake new and challenging activities
- make and live by their Promise
Constitution & Bylaws
Clyde Scouts operates in accordance with Policy, Organisation and Rules of The Scout Association and the Scottish Variations thereto.
The Region has its own Constitution and a set of Bylaws.
Please click on the links below to download either of these two documents.