There are currently 2 units in Sevenoaks, Central and Beaufighters.
They meet on Tuesday evenings 8pm to 9:30pm and are aged from 13 1/2 to 18 years old. If you have been a Scout you usually move on to Explorers at 14yo.
Some weeks the units meet together and other weeks separately.
The meetings rotate between:-
Central scout huts at the 3rd in Riverhead & the 4th in Mill Lane
Beaufighters scout huts in Edenbridge, Ide Hill & Westerham
One week in 4 is usually an offsite activity for all.
If you are interested in joining or you'd like to just come along to see if it's for you then email email@example.com
For county Explorer events please got to the County page http://www.kentexplorers.org.uk/
12th June 2016
Four lucky scouts from the 7th, 3rd & 4th troops plus two Explorers got the chance to go gliding on the 5th April thanks to the Kent Gliding Club Community Flying Programme. One Explorer even got to do some acrobatics as it was her second flight. A most exciting day for this group of...
9th September 2015
Explorers Summer Camp in Kandersteg At the meeting this week we talked through the proposed trip to Kandersteg next summer. View the slide show here: http://bit.ly/KISC-2016-Intro ...
14th February 2009
If you saw some of the tens of young people walking across the Sevenoaks district in reflective jackets this weekend, the chances are you caught a glimpse of 'Winter Survival', the toughest Scouting challenge in Kent! Sevenoaks District played host to the annual event organised by Maidstone...
28th October 2008
Over the weekend, Explorers from Sevenoaks, Maidstone and Swanley visited Cadbury World in Birmingham, camping overnight in Sevenoaks and Youlbury. On the Sunday morning, Explorers got the chance to try out geocaching, locating caches in the Oxford area. ...
21st February 2008
4 Sevenoaks Explorers took part in this years Winter Survival and came 8th place out of 27 competing teams. Winter Survival sees teams set off on Friday night from a location only disclosed hours before which can be almost anywhere in Kent. Teams travel in the cold and wet winter conditions...
4th September 2007
My first impressions My first impressions of the site were WOW. The first thing we saw was a huge gate way that everyone who entered the jamboree site would go through. The gate started with the word Jamboree in big letters between two poles, followed by the flag of every country represented at...