4th Heswall (St. Peter's) Sea Scout Group RN44

4th Heswall was established in 1971 by members of the St. Peter’s Church parish in Lower Heswall, Wirral, UK. We are a member of the West Wirral District Scouts as part of Merseyside County Scouts, within the UK Scouting community.

4th Heswall Sea Scout Group RN44

We are a Royal Navy Recognised Sea Scout Group and have 3 sections in our group which structure programmes based around a Land Season and a Water Season.

This enables all young people the ability to earn the Chief Scout award badge and take part in a range of water activities (including sailing, kayaking and powerboating).

St. Peter’s Church continues to support and assist 4th Heswall as members of the St. Peter’s young persons uniformed group.

The land season takes place from October to April at St. Peter’s Centre on Village Road in Lower Heswall, Wirral.

The water season takes place from May to September twice weekly at our boathouse within the Sailing Centre complex at West Kirby Marine Lake, Wirral for the Sea Scouts, with regular trips and water sessions for the Beaver and Cub Scouts.

6 – 8 years

The Beaver Scout section meets in the hall on

WEDNESDAY 18:00 – 19:00

 

8 – 10 ½ years

The Cub Scout section meets in the hall on

TUESDAY 18:20 – 19:40

 

10 ½ – 14 years

The Sea Scout section meets in the hall on

TUESDAY 20:00 – 21:30

During the Summer months we meet at the boathouse

TUESDAY 18:30 – 21:00 and SATURDAY 10:00 – 13:00

 

14 – 18 years

The West Wirral Explorer Unit meet on a

THURSDAY 20:00 – 21:30

at 1st Frankby Greasby Scout HQ

under the guidance of the

West Wirral District team

Parish of Heswall

We are proud to be part of the St. Peter’s Church, Parish of Heswall young persons uniformed groups.

Royal Navy Recognition

 

4th Heswall (St. Peter’s) Sea Scout Group are Royal Navy Recognised Group No. 44.
This is an agreement between the Scout Association and the Royal Navy which brings a great deal of honour and pride to our group. Being one of a few RN recognised groups, 4th Heswall Sea Scouts, on successful completion of a biannual inspection, benefit from Royal Navy Recognition who kindly agree to assist in the development of 4th Heswall year on year and we are grateful for this

Charitable Status

We are a community organisation and a registered charity, we are run entirely by volunteers and rely on contributions and donations from our community and sponsors

District Scouts

We are part of the West Wirral District Scouts

County Scouts

Which is a member of Merseyside County Scouts

Scouts UK

We are proud members of the UK Scouts organisation


Nature and the outdoors are languages that can be learned. Once you identify a beech tree, tie a clove hitch or cook a simple meal over a fire that you’ve built yourself, you’ll never forget it.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls