Scout uniforms can be purchased from Scout Shops Ltd, the official trading arm of The Scout Association. All profits are ploughed back into Scouting, helping to reduce subscriptions. Click here to go to Scout Shops on-line store.
If you're not sure what size to get you can download a size chart by clicking on this link.
One Stop Scouting is ideal for all Scouting activity wear and equipment. To see their site, click here.
Longfield Wools in Gravesend also stock Scout uniform for a more local supplier. Click here for their website.
You can save money by buying on ebay but be very careful as some of the uniforms are from the USA, some are vintage and others aren't even part of the uniform. Avoid uniform items described as being for "Boy Scouts" or "Wolf Cubs". That is the American terminology. In the UK, it is "Cub Scouts" or "Cubs" and "Scouts". It would make sense to have the Scout Shop site open as well before you start to bid to make sure you are bidding on the right thing. For the link to ebay, click here
Stores like Primark and Asda also have the correct coloured trousers at a lower price - but please make sure you have the correct colours.
Our Group scarves are red with a black border and your child will receive one free of charge once invested into the Group and Scout Movement. That simply means they have to know the Law and Promise and take part in a few activities. They will aslo receive their District & County badges at the same as well as the Group Name Tape.
Once your children have gained the Badges, you'll need to know where they go. Click on the widget to see where the badges go.