St.Joseph’s Castleconnell 26th Scout Group

Mary O’Regan

The aim of Scouting is to encourage the physical, intellectual emotional social character and spiritual development of young people so that they may achieve their full potential and become responsible citizens to improve society

In Scouting young people learn by doing. They do everything in the form of activities and events such as weekly meetings, regular hikes, sail training, monthly overnights and ceremonies. It always involves challenges.

For Adults in Scouting there is a clear opportunity to work with the young people in their community from all ages ranges from 6 right thro to 26. This opportunity will not only allows you to help develop the future of these young people and their future contribution to your area but will also be a lot of fun.

The local Scout Group is St. Joseph’s Castleconnell 26th Limerick and is located at Lacca Castleconnell. The Group own their own campsite which consists of 22 acres which is the ideal setting for any Scout Group.. The Group at present run meetings for Beavers 6 -9 years, Cubs 9-12years and Scouts 12 -15years.