For generations man has held periodical gatherings. This practice was started by the apes, with their common love of destruction and large black rectangles, and has continued on through ancient and modern times to become today’s meetings (of “certain organizations”) discussing issues that will shape the world.
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We at the Malahide Friday Scouts would definitely consider ourselves to be of the latter category, instilling ideals into the minds of the scouts; Teaching values of honour, loyalty, responsibility, leadership, friendship, and of course love of large black rectangles.
As you will see from a quick look around our site, our meetings are but the tip of the iceberg of our activity repertoire. Our programme covers: hiking, biking, sailing, swimming, camping, climbing, canoeing, rope-work, orienteering, pioneering, boat maintenance, first aid, life saving, expeditions and much much more.
With a scout membership of over 60, and over 10 registered leaders, our troop is one of the largest in Ireland and shares a den with two other scout troops, making Malahide Sea Scouts one of the biggest Sea Scout troops in Europe.
We meet every Friday 8.00-9.30pm in the Malahide Sea Scout den.
We meet every week on a Friday night from 20.00 – 21.30 in the Malahide Scout Den.
If you would like to join us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Keep Training – Keep Scouting
- Triathlon 2015
- Hamill Cup 2015
- Scout Troops Join Forces to Clean Malahide Coast!
- There’s no Camp out ,like a Scout’s camp out!
- Friday Troop Ireland’s Eye Expo 2015
- Assistant Instructor Training 2015
- A new round of Coxswains
- ISA National Powerboat Certificate – April 10-12th.
- Oars Charge Cert completes its 25th Year