...to Rosyth District Scout Council Web Site. These pages are for all sections within the District, and informative for visitors from other areas at home and overseas.
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Thu 27th Oct @ 7:00pm - RC Team Meeting, Fordell Firs
Thu 03rd Nov @ 7:30pm - Training Advisers Workshop, 48th HQ, Dalgety Bay
Sat 05th Nov - Scottish AGM & Conference, Dunfermline High School
Wed 09th Nov - Module 1 & 3 Training Course, Kirkcaldy
Thu 10th Nov @ 7:00pm - Scouts Woolmer Trophy - Fordell Firs Activity Centre
Sun 13th Nov - Remembrance Sunday
Wed 16th Nov - District Executive Meeting, 68th HQ, Hope Street, Inverkeithing
Latest Local News
A request for updates to the District directory have been sent to all GSLs. If your details have changed, please advise your GSL or direct to
Please note that the East Region web site is off-line at the moment. Until the site is re-built any links will receive a message saying the page is not available.
Compass is now up and running. All leaders are responsible for keeping their data current. Logon to the system and check your records.
Compass On the UK Scouts web page. If you have not set up a login name, set it up and login. Select each of the tabs, and update / set the information to your requirements. Much of this information is not visible to anyone but your managment structure. If you need help with this, speak with you GSL or DC/ADC.
For matters relating to Scouting within Rosyth District, e-mail District Secretary
If you are not in the Rosyth Scout District, check your local library for details of the Scout Group or contact nearest to you. They are usually listed under Clubs and Associations in the library's Reference section, or check the Scout sites "Scoutbase" or "Scouts-Scotland", links are below.
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