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Scouting in Yorkshire and the Humber is largely represented by the Scout Association of the United Kingdom and some Groups of traditional Scouting including the Baden-Powell Scouts' Association.

The Scout Association in Yorkshire and the Humber is part of the Scout Association North East Region, as is the Scout Association in Scouting in North East England. The Scout Association North East Region is the only one that covers two official regions of England.[1]

There are also four student Scouting associations at various universities in the region, which are affiliated with the Student Scout and Guide Organisation (SSAGO). These are Students of Hull Association of Guides and Scouts at the University of Hull; Leeds University Union Scouts And Guides covering the University of Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan University and Leeds College of Music, Sheffield Students in Guides and Scouts covering the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.[2] and Scouts And Girl Guides York at the University of York.[3]

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The Scout Association

The Scout Association

The Scout Association is the largest Scouting organisation in the United Kingdom and is the World Organization of the Scout Movement's recognised member for the United Kingdom. Following the origin of Scouting in 1907, the association was formed in 1910 and incorporated in 1912 by a royal charter under its previous name of The Boy Scouts Association.

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom (UK) or Britain, is a country in Europe, off the north-western coast of the continental mainland. It comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland, and many smaller islands within the British Isles. Northern Ireland shares a land border with the Republic of Ireland; otherwise, the United Kingdom is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea, the English Channel, the Celtic Sea and the Irish Sea. The total area of the United Kingdom is 242,495 square kilometres (93,628 sq mi), with an estimated 2020 population of more than 67 million people.

Traditional Scouting

Traditional Scouting

Traditional Scouting is "old-fashioned" or "back to basics" Scouting in some form, often with an emphasis on woodcraft and scoutcraft activities. As a pluralist movement, there is no one set definition for the term, but most traditionalists share a common set of values and procedures. Traditionalists aim to return the Scout Movement to something approximating its original style and activities; rejecting the trend of modernizing the program in an attempt to widen its appeal and/or use the name "Scouts" for new programs for ever-younger children.

Baden-Powell Scouts' Association

Baden-Powell Scouts' Association

The Baden-Powell Scouts' Association (B-PSA) is a worldwide youth organisation originating in the United Kingdom, with friendly relationships with similar traditional scouting organisations in various countries. Baden-Powell Scouting focuses on the importance of tradition in the scout movement.

Scouting in North East England

Scouting in North East England

Scouting in North East England refers to Scouting in the official region of North East England. It is largely represented by the Scout Association of the United Kingdom and some groups of traditional Scouting, including the Baden-Powell Scouts' Association.

Regions of England

Regions of England

The regions, formerly known as the government office regions, are the highest tier of sub-national division in England, established in 1994. Between 1994 and 2011, nine regions had officially devolved functions within government. While they no longer fulfil this role, they continue to be used for statistical and some administrative purposes. While the UK was a member of the European Union, they defined areas (constituencies) for the purposes of elections to the European Parliament. Eurostat also used them to demarcate first level Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) regions within the European Union, which in 2021 were superseded by International Territorial Level (ITL) regions. The regions generally follow the boundaries of the former standard regions, established in the 1940s for statistical purposes.

Scouting

Scouting

Scouting, also known as the Scout Movement, is a worldwide youth movement employing the Scout method, a program of informal education with an emphasis on practical outdoor activities, including camping, woodcraft, aquatics, hiking, backpacking, and sports. Another widely recognized movement characteristic is the Scout uniform, by intent hiding all differences of social standing in a country and encouraging equality, with neckerchief and campaign hat or comparable headwear. Distinctive uniform insignia include the fleur-de-lis and the trefoil, as well as merit badges and other patches.

Student Scout and Guide Organisation

Student Scout and Guide Organisation

The Student Scout and Guide Organisation (SSAGO) exists to support Scouts, Guides, and people who have never been members of a Scout or Guide Association, who are students at Colleges and Universities in the United Kingdom and are interested in the aims, objectives, and methods of The Scout Association and Girlguiding UK. Many universities have a Scout and Guide Club affiliated to the University Student Union, although it is not necessary for a club to be union affiliated to be part of SSAGO. Where a University or College has no club, students can join SSAGO as Individual or "Indie" members.

University of Hull

University of Hull

The University of Hull is a public research university in Kingston upon Hull, a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It was founded in 1927 as University College Hull. The main university campus is located in Hull and is home to the Hull York Medical School, a joint initiative with the University of York. Students are served by Hull University Union.

University of Leeds

University of Leeds

The University of Leeds is a public research university in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was established in 1874 as the Yorkshire College of Science. In 1884 it merged with the Leeds School of Medicine and was renamed Yorkshire College. It became part of the federal Victoria University in 1887, joining Owens College and University College Liverpool. In 1904 a royal charter was granted to the University of Leeds by King Edward VII.

University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is a public research university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. Its history traces back to the foundation of Sheffield Medical School in 1828, Firth College in 1879 and Sheffield Technical School in 1884. University College of Sheffield was subsequently formed by the amalgamation of the three institutions in 1897 and was granted a royal charter as University of Sheffield in 1905 by King Edward VII.

Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is a public research university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The university is based on two sites; the City Campus is located in the city centre near Sheffield railway station, while the Collegiate Crescent Campus is about two miles away in the Broomhall Estate off Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield.

History of Scouting in Yorkshire and the Humber

Yorkshire and the Humber is proud to have scout groups that date back the very start of scouting in the UK.

The Scout Association Counties

The Scout Association in Yorkshire and the Humber is administered through five Scout Counties, Central Yorkshire Scout County, Humberside Scout County, North Yorkshire Scout County, South Yorkshire Scout County and West Yorkshire Scout County.

Central Yorkshire Scout County

Central Yorkshire, provides Scouting opportunities for young people and adults in the metropolitan boroughs of Leeds and Wakefield and the surrounding area.[4]

The County is currently divided into eight Scout Districts:

  • Leeds Templars. This district covers the eastern area of Leeds.
  • North Leeds
  • Pontefract and Castleford
  • Shire Oak (Leeds)[5]
  • South Leeds and Morley[6]
  • Wakefield
  • West Leeds
  • Wetherby

County Expeditions

The County organises international expeditions, enabling a number of Explorer Scouts and Scout Network members to undertake adventurous activities in other countries.

The next County Expedition is in 2008, where they will be visiting Kenya. The Expedition will consist of mountaineering on Mount Kenya, trekking by camel back, and a community project. There will also be a safari through a game reserve.

Humberside Scout County

Scouting in Humberside covers the former non-metropolitan county of Humberside. The headquarters of Humberside Scouts is at Raywell Park Activity Centre.[7]

There are 8 Districts within the Humberside County:

The Districts within Humberside were changed as part of the restructuring in 2011/2012. During this time Boothferry and Haltemprice were merged into Blacktoft Beacon. On 30 May 2012, the three Hull Districts: East Hull, North Hull and West Hull merged to make one District named City of Hull.

North Yorkshire Scout County

North Yorkshire Scout County covers the county of North Yorkshire and is geographically the largest of the 4 Yorkshire scouting counties.[8]

North Yorkshire Scouts celebrated the Centenary of scouting in 2007 by joining the Bilton Conservation Group to plant 2000 trees donated by the Woodland Trust.[9]

In 2024, the county will be hosting the Larkin International Jamboree at Duncombe Park in Helmsley.[10]

The County is currently divided into 12 Scout Districts:[11]

There is an active Scout Network in the county.[12]

As of 2022, there are 6 Squirrel Dreys being run in the county.[13]

The current County Commissioner, Max Butler, was appointed in March 2022.

South Yorkshire Scout County

Scouting in South Yorkshire includes Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster.[14]

The County is divided into 7 Scout Districts:[15]-

  • Sheffield Hallam[16]
  • Sheffield Sheaf[17]
  • Sheffield Norfolk[18]
  • Sheffield Don[19]
  • Barnsley (Barnsley, Pennine, Central and Fitzwilliam merged into Barnsley District)[20]
  • Rotherham[21]
  • Doncaster Danum[22]

Sheffield Hallam is the largest District in the County with over 30 Scout Groups. Sheffield Hallam was formed when Sheffield Porter and Sheffield Rivelin merged in 2007.

The Doncaster Danum District has a Scout Band.

The Scout and Guide Shop (previously SGS Outdoors) is a combined Scout and Guide Shop in Sheffield with a full e-commerce website.[23] There is also a Scout Shop in Doncaster with online access.[24]

West Yorkshire Scout County

West Yorkshire covers the metropolitan districts of Bradford, Kirklees, and Calderdale. The Scout county of West Yorkshire does not cover the whole of the West Yorkshire metropolitan county. Because the West Yorkshire area is densely populated the boroughs of Leeds and Wakefield have their own Scout County called Central Yorkshire.[25]

The Scout county's office is located within the Jubilee Centre at the Bradley Wood Campsite on the outskirts of Brighouse.[26]

The county also operates a Water Activities Centre - Green Withens Watersports Centre at Green Withens reservoir near Ripponden.

West Yorkshire Scouts celebrated a successful centenary year of 2007.[27]

West Yorkshire is subdivided into 14 Scout Districts:

  • Aire Valley[28]
  • Bradford North[29]
  • Bradford South[30]
  • Brighouse[31]
  • Halifax[32]
  • Heavy Woollen
  • Holme Valley
  • Huddersfield North[33]
  • Huddersfield South East[34]
  • Huddersfield South West[35]
  • Keighley[36]
  • Pennine Calder[37]
  • Spen Valley[38]
  • Wharfedale[39]

West Yorkshire has two Scout Bands - Revolution Show Corps (based in Queensbury) and Spen Valley Scout and Guide Band (based in Cleckheaton).

The County has a number of campsites and activity centres.[40]

The current County Commissioner, Ian Womersley, was appointed in May 2020.

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Metropolitan borough

Metropolitan borough

A metropolitan borough is a type of local government district in England. Created in 1974 by the Local Government Act 1972, metropolitan boroughs are defined in English law as metropolitan districts within metropolitan counties. All of the metropolitan districts have been granted or regranted royal charters giving them borough status. Metropolitan boroughs have been effectively unitary authority areas since the abolition of metropolitan county councils by the Local Government Act 1985. Metropolitan boroughs pool much of their authority in joint boards and other arrangements that cover whole metropolitan counties, such as city regions or combined authorities, with most of the latter having a metro mayor.

Leeds

Leeds

Leeds is a city and the administrative centre of the City of Leeds district in West Yorkshire, England. It is built around the River Aire and is in the eastern foothills of the Pennines. It is also the third-largest settlement in England, after London and Birmingham.

Kenya

Kenya

Kenya, officially the Republic of Kenya, is a country in East Africa. At 580,367 square kilometres (224,081 sq mi), Kenya is the world's 48th largest country by area. With a population of more than 47.6 million in the 2019 census, Kenya is the 29th most populous country in the world. Kenya's capital and largest city is Nairobi, while its oldest, currently second largest city, and first capital is the coastal city of Mombasa. Kisumu City is the third-largest city and also an inland port on Lake Victoria. Other important urban centres include Nakuru and Eldoret. As of 2020, Kenya is the third-largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa after Nigeria and South Africa. Kenya is bordered by South Sudan to the northwest, Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the east, Uganda to the west, Tanzania to the south, and the Indian Ocean to the southeast. Its geography, climate and population vary widely, ranging from cold snow-capped mountaintops with vast surrounding forests, wildlife and fertile agricultural regions to temperate climates in western and rift valley counties and dry less fertile arid and semi-arid areas and absolute deserts.

Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian, Nelion and Point Lenana. Mount Kenya is located in the former Eastern and Central provinces of Kenya; its peak is now the intersection of Meru, Embu, Laikipia, Kirinyaga, Nyeri and Tharaka Nithi counties, about 16.5 kilometres south of the equator, around 150 km (90 mi) north-northeast of the capital Nairobi. Mount Kenya is the source of the name of the Republic of Kenya.

Humberside

Humberside

Humberside was a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in Northern England from 1 April 1974 until 1 April 1996. It was composed of land from either side of the Humber Estuary, created from portions of the East Riding of Yorkshire, West Riding of Yorkshire, and the northern part of Lindsey, Lincolnshire. The county council's headquarters was County Hall at Beverley, inherited from East Riding County Council. Its largest settlement and only city was Kingston upon Hull. Other notable towns included Goole, Beverley, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Bridlington. The county stretched from Wold Newton in its northern tip to a different Wold Newton at its most southern point.

Holderness

Holderness

Holderness is an area of the East Riding of Yorkshire, on the north-east coast of England. An area of rich agricultural land, Holderness was marshland until it was drained in the Middle Ages. Topographically, Holderness has more in common with the Netherlands than with other parts of Yorkshire. To the north and west are the Yorkshire Wolds. Holderness generally refers to the area between the River Hull and the North Sea. The Prime Meridian passes through Holderness just to the east of Patrington and through Tunstall to the north.

Boothferry

Boothferry

Boothferry is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire in England. It is situated on the north bank of the River Ouse where the A614 road crosses the river. It is about 2 miles (3 km) north-west of Goole.

Haltemprice

Haltemprice

Haltemprice is an area in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, directly to the west of Hull. Originally an extra-parochial area, it became a civil parish in 1858, in 1935 it was expanded by the combination of the urban districts of Cottingham, Anlaby, and Sculcoates to form a new urban district; the district included the villages of Anlaby, Cottingham, Hessle, Kirk Ella, Skidby, West Ella and Willerby. Urban districts were abolished 1974.

North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is the largest ceremonial county in England, covering an area of 9,020 square kilometres (3,480 sq mi). Around 40% of the county is covered by national parks, including most of the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. It is one of four counties in England to hold the name Yorkshire; the three other counties are the East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.

Duncombe Park

Duncombe Park

Duncombe Park is the seat of the Duncombe family who previously held the Earldom of Feversham. The title became extinct on the death of the 3rd Earl in 1963, since when the family have continued to hold the title Baron Feversham. The park is situated one mile south-west of Helmsley, North Yorkshire, England and stands in 300 acres (120 ha) of parkland. The estate has a commanding location above deeply incised meanders of the River Rye within the North York Moors National Park.

Helmsley

Helmsley

Helmsley is a market town and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, the town is located at the point where Ryedale leaves the moorland and joins the flat Vale of Pickering.

Barnsley

Barnsley

Barnsley is a market town in South Yorkshire, England. As the main settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley and the fourth largest settlement in South Yorkshire. In Barnsley, the population was 96,888 while the wider Borough has seen an increase of 5.8%, from 231,200 in 2011 census to 244,600 in 2021 census. Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is located between the cities of Sheffield, Manchester, Doncaster, Wakefield, and Leeds. The larger towns of Rotherham and Huddersfield are nearby.

Campsites

Central Yorkshire

Aldwark Water Activity Centre

The Aldwark Water Activity Centre is owned and maintained by Central Yorkshire Scout Association County. The centre is located on the River Ure, 8 miles upstream from the city of York.[41]

The centre has one large camping field, as well as a converted mill which consists of a number of dormitories. The centre has kayaks and boats for sailing, and runs training courses to gain qualifications in these activities.

Bramhope Scout Campsite

The Bramhope Scout Campsite is situated just outside of the village of Bramhope, approximately 8 miles north-north-west of Leeds. The site covers thirteen and a half acres of woodland and fields, offering various camping pitches for any sized camp up to a District camp.[42]

As well as the camping pitches, there are a number of buildings on the site offering accommodation and indoor training facilities. The site offers archery, air rifles, pedal karting, climbing, abseiling, and pioneering, amongst other activities. There are also facilities located near to the site which enable sailing, kayaking and swimming.

Hunters Greave Scout Activity Centre

Hunters Greave Scout Activity Centre in Newlay, near Bramley, is operated by Shire Oak District. There is space for 100 campers.[43]

Wike

The Wike 'back-to-basics' campsite is operated by North Leeds District Scout Council.[44]

South Yorkshire

There are four camp sites:-

  • Hesley Wood Scout Activity Centre, Chapeltown, Sheffield.[45]
  • Silverwood Campsite, Great Falls, Silkstone, Barnsley.[46]
  • Squirrel Wood Campsite, Burghwallis, Doncaster.
  • Hundall Campsite, Sheffield Ridgeway.

Hesley Wood is used for Wood Badge and other Adult Leader Training.

West Yorkshire

Bradley Wood is the West Yorkshire Scout Association County Campsite, near Brighouse on the border of Kirklees and Calderdale.[26] There are several others run by Scout Districts or Groups.[47]

Blackhills Scout Campsite is run by the Districts of Bradford North and Bradford South.[48]

Fanwood Activity Centre is run and managed by the Scouts and Guides of Spen Valley District, and is based in Gomersal near Bradford.

North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire Scouts, and its districts, have five campsites and activity centres:[49]

The county also has a water sports centre located at Ellerton-on-Swale near Catterick

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Archery

Archery

Archery is the sport, practice, or skill of using a bow to shoot arrows. The word comes from the Latin arcus, meaning bow. Historically, archery has been used for hunting and combat. In modern times, it is mainly a competitive sport and recreational activity. A person who practices archery is typically called an archer, bowman, or toxophilite.

Air gun

Air gun

An air gun or airgun is a gun that fires projectiles pneumatically with compressed air or other gases that are mechanically pressurized without involving any chemical reactions, in contrast to a firearm, which pressurizes gases chemically via oxidation of combustible propellants that generates propulsive energy by breaking molecular bonds.

Climbing

Climbing

Climbing is the activity of using one's hands, feet, or any other part of the body to ascend a steep topographical object. It is done for locomotion, recreation and competition, and within trades that rely on ascension; such as emergency rescue and military operations. It is done indoors and out, on natural and man-made structures.

Abseiling

Abseiling

Abseiling, also known as rappelling, is the controlled descent of a steep slope, such as a rock face, by moving down a rope. When abseiling the person descending controls their own movement down the rope, in contrast to lowering off in which the rope attached to the person descending is paid out by their belayer.

Kayaking

Kayaking

Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving over water. It is distinguished from canoeing by the sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. A kayak is a low-to-the-water, canoe-like boat in which the paddler sits facing forward, legs in front, using a double-bladed paddle to pull front-to-back on one side and then the other in rotation. Most kayaks have closed decks, although sit-on-top and inflatable kayaks are growing in popularity as well.

Bramley, Leeds

Bramley, Leeds

Bramley is a district in west Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is part of the City of Leeds Ward of Bramley and Stanningley with a population of 21,334 at the 2011 Census. The area is an old industrial area with much 19th century architecture and 20th century council housing in the east and private suburban housing in the west.

Chapeltown, South Yorkshire

Chapeltown, South Yorkshire

Chapeltown is a large village and suburb of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England. It is part of the Parish of Ecclesfield. It is historically within the West Riding of Yorkshire.

Burghwallis

Burghwallis

Burghwallis is a small village and civil parish in rural South Yorkshire, England. The population of the civil parish as of the 2011 census was 300. The village is situated amongst mixed farmland and woodland on a slight rise roughly six miles north north west of Doncaster, or one mile off the A1.

Brighouse

Brighouse

Brighouse is a town within the metropolitan borough of Calderdale, in West Yorkshire, England. Historically within the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is situated on the River Calder, 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Halifax. It is served by Junction 25 of the M62 motorway and Brighouse railway station on the Caldervale Line and Huddersfield Line. In the town centre is a mooring basin on the Calder and Hebble Navigation. The United Kingdom Census 2001 gave the Brighouse / Rastrick subdivision of the West Yorkshire Urban Area a population of 32,360. The Brighouse ward of Calderdale Council gave a population of 11,195 at the 2011 Census. Brighouse has a HD6 postcode.

Kirklees

Kirklees

Kirklees is a local government district of West Yorkshire, England, governed by Kirklees Council with the status of a metropolitan borough. The largest town and administrative centre of Kirklees is Huddersfield, and the district also includes Batley, Birstall, Cleckheaton, Denby Dale, Dewsbury, Heckmondwike, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Marsden, Meltham, Mirfield and Slaithwaite. Kirklees had a population of 422,500 in 2011; it is also the third largest metropolitan district in England by area size, behind Doncaster and Leeds.

Calderdale

Calderdale

The Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale is a metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, England. The estimated population in mid-2020 was 211,439. It takes its name from the River Calder, and dale, a word for valley. The name Calderdale usually refers to the borough through which the upper river flows, while the actual landform is known as the Calder Valley. Several small valleys contain tributaries of the River Calder.

North York Moors

North York Moors

The North York Moors is an upland area in north-eastern Yorkshire, England. It contains one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the United Kingdom. The area was designated as a National Park in 1952, through the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949. Covering an area of 554 sq mi (1,430 km2), the National Park has a population of 23,380. It is administered by the North York Moors National Park Authority, whose head office is based in Helmsley.

Gang Shows

  • Harrogate Gang Show.[50]
  • Keighley Scout Gangshow, restarted in 2008.[51]
  • Meanwood Gang Show
  • Northallerton Gang Show, started in 2005.[52]
  • 1st Riccall Scout Group Gang Show - started in 2009.
  • Todmorden Gang Show, started in 1958 by Philip Suthers.Todmorden Gang Show
  • West Yorkshire Gang Show.[53]
  • York Gang Show, started in 1987.[54]

Source: "Scouting in Yorkshire and the Humber", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scouting_in_Yorkshire_and_the_Humber.

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References
  1. ^ Scout Association North East Region
  2. ^ SSAGO England
  3. ^ "Scouts and Girl Guides York".
  4. ^ *Central Yorkshire County Scouts
  5. ^ Shire Oak (Leeds) Scout District
  6. ^ South Leeds and Morley Scout District
  7. ^ Humberside Scout County
  8. ^ North Yorkshire Scout County
  9. ^ Bilton Conservation Group
  10. ^ "Larkin '24 International Jamboree".
  11. ^ "About Us".
  12. ^ North Yorkshire Network
  13. ^ "About Squirrels".
  14. ^ South Yorkshire Scout County
  15. ^ South Yorkshire Scout Districts
  16. ^ Sheffield Hallam District
  17. ^ Sheffield Sheaf Scout District
  18. ^ Sheffield Norfolk Scout District
  19. ^ Sheffield Don Scout District
  20. ^ Barnsley Scout District
  21. ^ Rotherham Scout District
  22. ^ Doncaster Danum Scout District
  23. ^ SGS Outdoors
  24. ^ Doncaster Scout Shop
  25. ^ West Yorkshire Scouts
  26. ^ a b Bradley Wood Camp Site
  27. ^ Huddersfield Daily Examiner News report
  28. ^ Aire Valley Scout District
  29. ^ Bradford North Scout District
  30. ^ Bradford South Scout District
  31. ^ Brighouse Scout District
  32. ^ Halifax District Scouts
  33. ^ Huddersfield North Scout District
  34. ^ South East Scout District
  35. ^ Huddersfield South West Scout District
  36. ^ Keighley Scout District
  37. ^ Pennine Calder District Scouts
  38. ^ Spen Valley Scout District
  39. ^ Wharfedale Scout District
  40. ^ West Yorkshire Campsites
  41. ^ Aldwark Water Activity Centre
  42. ^ Bramhope Scout Campsite
  43. ^ The Scout Association, Hunters Greave Scout Activity Centre, updated 23 January 2008, accessed 26 January 2021
  44. ^ "Wike Campsite". North Leeds Scout District. Retrieved 26 January 2021.
  45. ^ Hesley Wood Scout Activity Centre
  46. ^ Silverwood Campsite
  47. ^ West Yorkshire Scout County Campsites
  48. ^ Blackhills Campsite
  49. ^ "Activity Centres and Campsites".
  50. ^ Harrogate Gang Show
  51. ^ Keighley Scout Gang Show
  52. ^ Northallerton Gang Show
  53. ^ West Yorkshire Gang Show
  54. ^ York Gang Show
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