Youth -- Societies and clubs

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Icon denoting organisation. Avonhead Scout Group

Youth adventure. Hall for hire

Icon denoting organisation. Bishopdale-Harewood Scout Group

To encourage the physical, mental, social and spiritual development of young people so that they may take a constructive place in society. Scouting is about adventure plus

Icon denoting organisation. Burwood Scout Group

Scouting

Icon denoting organisation. Cashmere Scout Group

Training young leaders for a lifetime of fun in the outdoors, camping tramping, personal safety and many other life skills

Icon denoting organisation. Cust Scout Group

Provides scouts and cubs

Icon denoting organisation. Dallington Scout Group

Keas, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers for boys and girls aged 5½ years to 18 years. New Zealand's leading and preferred youth movement. Scouting provides quality training programmes, with an emphasis on fun and outdoor activities, to p...

Icon denoting organisation. Darfield Scout Group

Scouting and youth related activities

Icon denoting organisation. Deans Rover Scout Crew

Social and service organization. Great to get together to do whatever you want to do

Icon denoting organisation. Ellesmere Scout Group

Kea, cub and scout groups

Icon denoting organisation. Glenmark Scout Group

To provide scouting for youth in Glenmark and local area. Scouting provides a programme based on recreation and fun, giving experience in the outdoors and an introduction to life skills thus helping to develop good citizens

Icon denoting organisation. Gordon Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Halswell Scout Group

Scouting aims to prepare young people to take a constructive role in society. It is based on an outdoor programme supported by a values system. A very active group consisting of a two kea clubs, three cub packs, three scout troops...

Icon denoting organisation. Holmes Park Scout Group

To provide life skills through fun and activities for boys and girls from 6 years to 14 and half years

Icon denoting organisation. Hororata Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Kaiapoi Gray Raven Scout Group

Kea club, cub pack, scout troop and venturer unit

Icon denoting organisation. Linwood Scout Group

Scouting activities: tramping, camping and community service

Icon denoting organisation. Lyttelton Sea Scout Group

Scouting, with emphasis on sailing and seamanship

Icon denoting organisation. Malvern Scout Group

A fun, team oriented activity group for girls and boys. Outdoor based, fun activities, that promote personal responsibility, personal growth and challenge

Icon denoting organisation. Marshland Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Mt. Pleasant Scout Group

Group with Venturer Unit, Sea Scouts, Cub pack and Kea group

Icon denoting organisation. New Brighton Scout Group

Youth instruction within Scout Association guidelines

Icon denoting organisation. North Beach Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Oxford Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Papanui Scout Group

Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Port Hills Scout Zone

To support the Scout groups in the Port Hills Scout Zone

Icon denoting organisation. Rangiora Scout Group

To provide quality scouting to youth from age of 6-18 years

Icon denoting organisation. Rapaki/Opawa Scout Group

Cub group is currently in recess, but hopes to start again when more leaders are found. The Den is available for groups of 30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights

Icon denoting organisation. Redwood Scout Group

New Zealand's most preferred youth movement

Icon denoting organisation. Riccarton Scout Group

Cubs & Scouts

Icon denoting organisation. Rolleston Scout Group

Icon denoting organisation. Russley Scout Group

To encourage the development of youth members within Scouts New Zealand

Icon denoting organisation. Scouting Canterbury. Venturer Council

Young people in the Venturer section meet together as units, and are responsible for their own programme. Ideally, the programme would include a range of adventurous, vocational, social and spiritual activities that extend the Ven...

Icon denoting organisation. Scouting Tai Tapu

Scouting is open to both girls and boys. Scouting Canterbury is always willing to train new leaders. Tai Tapu urgently needs more leaders

Icon denoting organisation. SCOUTS New Zealand

SCOUTS cater for both boys and girls and covers the following programmes: Keas, school years 1 to 3; Cubs, school years 3 to 6; Scouts, youth ages 10-14; Venturers, young people ages 14-18; Rovers, young people ages 18-26. The pro...

Icon denoting organisation. St. Joseph's Scout Group

Cubs and scouts

Icon denoting organisation. St. Martins Scout Group

for the mental, physical and spiritual development of young people between the ages of 6-18 years of age. Scouting offers fun and challenge for boys and girls through a structured developmental programme which has an emphasis on o...

Icon denoting organisation. St. Matthew's Scout Group

Halls for hire for 21st parties, etc.

Icon denoting organisation. St. Nicholas Scout Group

Kea, Cub, Scout and Venturer programmes catering for young people (male and female) in Years 1 to 13 at school. Programmes offer fun and challenge, progressively more adventure, teamwork, leadership and life skills development, wh...

Icon denoting organisation. Wainoni Scout Group

Keas, cubs, scouts and venturers

Icon denoting organisation. West Melton Scout Group

To encourage the physical, mental, social and spiritual development of young people by imparting life skills using educational and recreational methods to achieve its aim through an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive t...

Icon denoting organisation. Woolston Scout Group