© 2018 11th St Marylebone Scout Group.






14 - 18 years

10 - 14 years

8 - 10 years

6 - 8 years




Mansergh Hall, 26 Hill Rd,

London NW8 9QD







Indoor meetings take place every two weeks on a Sunday in which the children take part in different activities to work towards specific badges for the term.


Camps are an essential part to scouting; this is where the scouts can put into practice everything they have learnt from sessions such as knots & lashing and tent pitching. The sections undertake various exciting activities and experiences which is a vital scouting and bonding experience for all.


Our scouts are taught about the importance of respecting one’s community. They have participated in many local ventures, such as helping in homeless shelters and raising money for charity.


At the Pioneers, we are involved with scouting activities at District, County, National and International level - allowing our scouts to interact and engage with people from all backgrounds, cultures and creeds.

11th St Marylebone  Scout Group was founded in 1999 by a few dedicated individuals hoping to create a fun, productive and most importantly a safe environment for children to learn new skills.

noun one who is the first to enter unexplored or uncharted territory, or the first in any field of inquiry, enterprise or progress
verb to lead the way; to be the first

Our scouts are taught about the importance of respecting

one's community.

The Scout Troop is the third section in the Scout Group, The section aim to introduce the young people to a wide range of activites that aim to promote self-development, confidence and sef-independence. These activities include traditional scouting skils, camping and a plethora of adventrous activities. They are encouraged to work as a team and take on lead on projects that allow them to self-plan games and activities in their sessions as well as community driven projects. 

Explorer Scouts make up the fourth section of the Scouting family. Explorer scouts are presented with the exciting prospect to lead themselves and design their own programme, self-planing camps and outdoor activities as well as community driven projects. The Explorer Unit can partake in camps and expeditions both nationally and internationally.They are also encouraged to take part in exciting adventrous activities such as hiking, mountaineering, paraglidingadn sailing to name a few. Explorers also have the opportunity to be part of the Young Leaders scheme, which offers the, the opportunity to build their leadership skills and help plan and run meetings for younger sections.

Cub Scouts make up the second section of the Scouting family, Cub Scouts are able to take part in all kinds of different outdoor activities and learn exciting new skills. Activities range from  going on trips, days out, and camping. The cubs programme promotes participation and personal development allowing them to get creative and have fun whilst doing so.  

Beaver Scouts are the youngest section of the scouting family, Their activities are based around arts and crafts, outdoor activities, singing, playing games, going out on visits, investigating nature, listening to stories, learning how to be safe and most importantly making new friends.