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1st Burnmoor Scout Group is a registered charity which provides a wide range of activities for boys and girls aged 6 years upwards. There are Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers for the youngsters. Parents and other adults can also be involved by becoming leaders, serving on the Commitee, joining the Fellowship and/or attending the many social events that are held though the year to raise funds for the Group.

The headquarters of 1st Burnmoor Scout Group is the Robert Forster House which is located near the junction between the A1052 and Lumley New Road, opposite the old Fence Houses firestation.

The Group was formed in 1929 and had several homes before its new headquarters were opened in 1975. It draws most of its younger members from the villages of Burnmoor and Fence Houses but has members from further afield. There are also people from all other the country who play an active and very important part in the Group's life. We hope to hear from as many people as possible, from as far afield as possible, who have been involved in 1st Burnmoor Scouts throughout the years.

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When google picked a Scout Camp to go on Street View, naturally they decided on ours. Click to see more. Remember to look round the full 360 degrees.
Whit Camp was a fantastic weekend. Well done to Kestrel Patrol who won the Trophy. It was a close run competition and they were only 4 points in the lead. Congratulations to Bethany who won the Best Scout Trophy.
A big thank you to our Fellowship who turned out to help. The incident hike could not have been done without them and the wide game would have been a bit less wide.
Did someone mention Wide Game? When Baden Powell said "Lookwide" this must have been what he meant!   Van rides, Canoes, Kidnap, Hiding in the Woods, Scouts outsmarting the Oldies and Dads showing their true colours.
Dads, Well done for coming along. It's makes a much better camp when you are there - see you next year!

Let us know what you thought by completing the guestbook.

Full list of Whit Camps. 

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Uniforms can be purchased from the Scout shop at Moor House which is located 3/4 miles east of junction 62 of the A1M opposite the Ramside Hall Hotel & Golf Course.

Telephone 0191 5841248. Post Code: DH4 6QY

Opening Times:

Saturday - 10.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday - 10.00am to 4.00pm
Wednesday - 10.00am to 8.00pm 
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We are always ready to welcome anyone who is willing to spare some time to help the Group. Each section would benefit from extra leaders - either warranted or as section assistants. Or why not join our Committee and help to support our fundraising efforts.

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The purpose of this website is to provide information regarding the Group's Scouting events, activities and fundraising events to members (and their parents/carers) of all sections of 1st Burnmoor Scout Group, potential new members and anyone with an interest in the Group. All information supplied by visitors is purely used for this purpose.