The Scouts’ Wild Feast
PROVIDING SKILLS FOR LIFE
The Scout Association has been preparing young people for the future since 1907 when Robert Baden-Powell founded the Movement. Since then, Scouting has prepared boys and girls with the practical, employability and character skills they need to succeed in life.
We are delighted that, on Thursday 5 July 2018, Chief Scout, Bear Grylls, will host a unique event at Gray’s Inn Gardens to raise much-needed funds, to continue to grow and develop the children and young people of our future.
There are nearly 465,000 young people in Scouting supported by over 154,000 volunteers, who give up their time to provide so many young people with the opportunity to be part of the Scout Movement and prepare them for succeeding in life.
Scouting is about fun, challenges and adventure, and this unique evening in the heart of London promises a taste of all three.
The evening will have a sense of intrigue and expectation guaranteed to impress and delight all including:
- Pre-dinner entertainment and foraging
- A celebration of Scouting today
- A stunning star-lit marquee, evoking childhood memories and faraway dreams, in a forest of absolute sophistication
- Spectacular entertainment and after-dinner experience