We are Scouts, and everyone is welcome.

Every week we bring youngsters in our community aged 6 – 14 the skills they need for school, college, university, the job interview, the important speech, the tricky challenge and the big dreams: the skills they need for life.

Want to join the adventure?

A few things we’re great at as Scouts:


We muck in and play our part. We work with others to change the world for the better, making friends along the way.


We try, try again and keep getting back at it, however many times we fall down. When you need a plan B, you’ll be glad of that orienteering badge. 


We’re honest, we try to do the right thing (even if no-one’s watching), and we stay true to ourselves.  We learn to do our own thing under our own steam.


We try to see everyone’s side. We’re thoughtful of people’s feelings and values. We treat others as we’d like to be treated ourselves.

We’ve been bringing the adventure to Roath since 1935.

Teeth-gritting, keep-on going, summit-reaching, belly-laughing Monday and Tuesday nights – every week in term time at Tŷ Scowtio.


Aged 6 – 8, Beavers get together in groups called Beaver Colonies to hop, skip and jump their way through lots of different games and activities – achieving anything they set their minds to, and having lots of fun along the way!


Cubs meet in groups called Cub Packs, specially for 8 – 10 year olds. The adventure is ramped up a notch and the skills are a bit harder to get the hang of. With a great attitude, there isn’t anything a Cub shouldn’t be able to rock at!


Scouts gather in groups called Scout Troops. At 10 – 14, Scouts are the eldest section at the 22nd. Every week, the Scouts try to conquer the small task of changing the world and shaping their own pathways.