All about the group

1st Burgess Hill Scout Group is one of 4 Scout groups in Burgess Hill. Although its headquarters are accessed from Station Road, it is the building that you see on the right hand side of Queen Elizabeth Avenue as you head into town. The group has two Beaver Scout colonies, two Cub packs and two Scout troops, each of the sections meeting on a Monday or a Thursday evening. The building is also home to Glacier Explorer Scouts, one of the District Explorer units.

Fundraising via Amazon Smile - Sign up NOW!

The  group joined the Amazon Smile scheme in July 2018 with 26 people signed up

In that time we have raised over £150. This was at no cost to any of the group members who signed up - all that was needed was to register with Amazon Smile and go through the link. Costs to you are the same whether you use regular Amazon or Amazon Smile when purchasing.

With Black Friday on the horizon and Christmas just around the corner, think how much we could make if everyone signed up (we currently have 35 signed up), particularly when more and more shopping is done online.

For more information contact Margaret, group treasurer, for more information.


The Beaver Scout age range is from 6 - 8 years and is open to both boys and girls. Beavers meet weekly and take part in many activities including games, crafts, singing, visits and good turns along with plenty of outdoor activities. They have the opportunity to take part in the fun and excitement of camps and sleepovers. It may be the first time they spend a night away from home so it’s a real adventure for them. More...


Cub Scouts age range is from 8 - 10½ and is open to both boys and girls . Cubs take part in a wide range of activities designed to be interesting and challenge them. A Cub Scout meeting consists of games and activities with plenty of time spent outdoors. Cub camps are the highlight of the year for Cubs. Lots of activities, both indoor and outdoor, challenges and badges go to make this a real fun section.More...


The Scout age range is from 10½ to 14 years and is open to both boys and girls. Outdoor activities feature in the Scout troop, with the highlights being hiking and camping. Throughout the year, scouts learn skills from map reading, camp cooking to first aid ready for camp. Complementing the weekly meetings, our units take part in lots of district events, from hiking competitions through to cooking challenges. More...