The Scout Group in Sprotbrough was first begun in 1914 by the then Lady Bewick Copley
The current Group caters for over 70 boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 14 offering a variety of both indoor and outdoor activities.
Sprotbrough are part of the Doncaster (DANUM) District of the Scout Association within the county area of South Yorkshire
We invite you to look at our activities.
The Group Badge of the 67th Doncaster Scouts
Representing our links with St.Mary’s Church in Sprotbrough, an aircraft propeller as a link to Sir Douglas Bader who spent his childhood in the village, a barge to represent the South Yorkshire Navigation which runs through the village in the Don Gorge and the international symbol of scouting.
The Badges of South Yorkshire County Association and The Danum District, recognising the White Rose of Yorkshire and the Roman History of Doncaster
We hit our target!
Over the last two years we have been raising funds to replace our aged minibus, and we have now been able to buy a new bus with generous help from…
Yorkshire Coalfields Regeneration Trust
The Doncaster Youth Bank
Doncaster 7 Round Table