We welcomed the new term at the Scout Park Shop with an exceptionally busy Wednesday night with Brian and Jenny rushed off their feet, and today was no different!
The shop is now closed for the day and what a busy day it has been! Jacky, Lou and Barbara have been working at double speed to get everyone uniformed and ready for their first or second week back. Lots of uniform sold so lots more stock on the way!
The shop reopens again on Wednesday night, 5.30 to 8.30 or by appointment.
The uniform shop will be closed for the summer holidays from Saturday July 18th and will reopen on Wednesday 9th September.
Volunteers needed at Scout Park!
If you enjoy a hands on role and want to make a difference in your community Come and join the Service Crew at Scout Park?
You don’t have to have any particular skills or experience, and there is no particular age limit!
The best part of working within a team is that, you will learn new skills and have lots of fun!
Scout Park is an 8 acre camp site in north London which offers camping and activities.
We need enthusiastic people of all ages that can be involved in running activities, helping campers and general maintenance.
Come down and get involved!!! Learn new skills, work within a team. It’s a great way to meet new people and give back to the community.
If interested please contact Martin Linsey ( Scout Park Manager) on email firstname.lastname@example.org .uk
The conference room has been completely renovated. New oak panels, new flooring and a welcomed addition of two toilets. Please see pictures on conference room link on this site.
During the summer under the supervision of Adam Holding, the warden, the Dutch Barn was rebuilt and is now a great shelter for evening meetings and BBQ’s with plenty of head room
The Harwood Barn, as it is now called, was built with the funds that 8th Muswell Hill raised as a memorial to Alan Harwood- who was the treasurer for the 8th and a keen supporter of District Events.
On 16th September 2012, the Haringey District, 8th Muswell Hill and the United Reform Church opened the Harwood Barn at Scout Park which now has a purpose built brick BBQ, including lighting and electrics for those dark winter nights.
Climbing is a great activity and available at Scout Park. We have various levels of climbing difficulty from the very easy suitable for Beavers to the Overhang for Explorers