New work for The Scout Association

I've been fortunate to have worked with The Scout Association a lot over the last few months, so thought I'd share a few of the projects I've been involved with...

Every year young volunteers from all over the world come to stay and instruct at activity centres around the UK as a gap year. I went to see what they get up to...

Penknives are an essential Scout tool, and Victorinox helped to produce a set of guides and resources for survival, backwoods cooking and first aid, that I got nice and muddy and smokey shooting for!

I went to Heathrow to wave off Ash and James, who were setting off on their epic adventure of rowing across the Indian Ocean. I previously met the pair when they launched their boat at Canary Wharf, in a previous blog post

The weather was very kind to us for an amazing few days of camping and hiking up in Snowdonia when I helped with a couple of groups from North London...

It was great to meet the new Chief Commissioner for Scouts in England, Alex Peace-Gadsby, and her pack of excitable Beaver Scouts

I live a pretty hectic lifestyle with lots of travel and weird hours, but love helping out when I can with a scout group as a volunteer leader - it's flexible, really varied and anyone can do it, I really can't recommend it enough!
I'm lucky to be able to count The Scout Association among my clients, but I've been a part of the movement for almost 20 years now, and it's great to be able to work with an organisation that means so much to me personally!