Uniforms

What to wear?

Each of our sections will wear the groups “Necker” (scarf) and section appropriate jumper (Beavers and Cubs) or shirt (for Scouts) which will be worn during their weekly meetings, where the badges are sewn onto. Typically our members will wear more casual bottom half for comfort.

If on a special occasion like an award ceremony, a parade or other public event navy trousers, and black shoes.

For each section there are lots of other optional accessories you can wear such as hats, hoodies, navy blue trousers or shorts.

The 1st Send Scout Group Scarf

Our Group scarf

Our Groups’ necker is two tone, and is blue and gold. The gold is representative of the golden sand in which Send was named after and the blue is symbolic of the water from the River Wey that runs through Send.

The necker is given to our members once they are invested into the group.

Why is uniform important?

Wearing a uniform is comfy and practical. It means no one feels uncomfortable or left out and helps everyone feel part of the Section. It also gives you a place to show off all the badges you earn.

Where can I buy my uniform?


Uniform can either be bought from our online shop – Scout Store – or from the Woking or Guildford Scout Shops. If you’re not sure where to start, or could use a little help with uniform costs, fear not. Your Scout leader can chat to you about options. The most important thing when you first arrive is wearing something that you feel natural and comfortable in.

Section specifics

Beavers

Beaver uniform consists of a blue sweatshirt with your badges sewn on. Most of our Beavers will wear a Beavers T-Shirt however that isn’t a requirement.

Beaver Badge placements

  1. Wales Badge
  2. Group name tape
  3. Scotland/ Northern Ireland Badge
  4. District Badge
  5. County/ Area/ Region Badge
  6. Group badge (if not warn on scarf)
  7. Leadership stripe
  8. Union Flag
  9. Gallantry/ Meritorious Conduct awards
  10. Chief Scout’s Award
  11. Challenge Awards
  12. Wales Badge
  13. Occasional Badge
  14. Joining in Awards
  15. Membership Awards
  16. Activity Badges and Staged Activity Badges
  17. Group Badge (if worn on scarf)

Cubs

Cub uniform consists of a green sweatshirt with your badges sewn on. Most of our Cubs will also wear a Cubs T-shirt, however this isn’t a requirement.

  1. Wales badge
  2. Group name tape
  3. District badge
  4. County/ Area/ Region badge
  5. Group badge (if not warn on scarf)
  6. Leadership stripe
  7. Union Flag
  8. Gallantry/ Meritorious Conduct Awards
  9. Chief Scout’s Award
  10. Challenge Awards
  11. Wales Badge
  12. Occasional Badges
  13. Moving On Award
  14. Joining In Awards
  15. Membership Award
  16. Activity and Staged Activity Badges
  17. Group badge (if worn on scarf)
Cub badge placements

Scouts

The scout uniform consists of a teal green shirt or blouse with their badges sewn on.

Scout badge placements
  1. Wales badge
  2. Group name tape
  3. Scotland/ Northern Ireland Badge
  4. District Badge
  5. County/ Area/ Region Badge
  6. Group badge (if not warn on scarf)
  7. Patrol Badge
  8. Leadership stripe
  9. Union Flag
  10. Group Name tape
  11. Chief Scout’s Award
  12. Challenge Awards
  13. Wales Badge
  14. Occasional Badges
  15. Moving On Award
  16. Joining In Awards
  17. Membership Award
  18. Activity and Staged Activity Badges
  19. Group badge (if worn on scarf)