Where to put those well earned badges…


There are new style Scout Challenge Badges introduced recently:




We no longerhold Uniform at the First Wimborne H Q.

The District Scout Shop is now open. It is located at Ferndown Scout HQ, off Cherry Grove, Ferndown (off the footpath just before you get to the car park)

Open on every Saturday of the month from 10am – 1pm

If you do purchase from the Ferndown Scout Shop please mention First Wimborne so that we get a percentage of the profits!

Contact – During shop hours – 01202 892765 : During Evenings – 01202 824506 : Email –

For the latest Scout Shop uniform prices please visit the EDD Scout Shop Website:

Prices at July 2016 (Subject to change)

Adult Polo Shirt £16.00
Polo Shirt Size 22″ – 36″ £10.50
Sweatshirt Size 22″ – 36″ £12.00
Baseball Cap £5.50
Polo Shirt Size 24″ – 38″ £11.50
Sweatshirt Size 24″ – 38″ £12.50
 Baseball Cap    £5.50
Shirt (L/S) Size XXS – XL £17.00
Blouse (L/S) Size XS – XL £17.00
Adult (Adult/Network – Stone, Explorer – Beige)
Shirt (L/S) Size S – XXXXL £21.00
Blouse (S/S) Size XS – XXXL £20.00
Activity Trousers: Size 4 – 13 years £16.00
Men Size 30″ – 60″ £27.00
Ladies Size 8 – 36 £27.00
Belts Size S/M M/L L/XL £12.00
Buckle £5.50
Woggles (plaited leather): £1.25
Beaver & Cub Leather £2.00
Plastic £0.20
Scout Gold Embossed £1.50


Scout size chart

Badges and awards

Did you know that as well as hiking, healthy eating and camping badges, our Scouts can develop skills in IT, PR and mechanics?

Our activity badges allow Scouts to demonstrate their progress in various pursuits, and help them to form new interests. They are usually awarded when a young person has completed a challenging yet achievable set of requirements.

We also have a number of Challenge Awards, which focus on more ambitious tasks and are themed around the zones of our balanced programme.

And the top awards?

Each section has at least one Chief Scout’s Award; ranked bronze, silver, gold, platinum and diamond.

Many older Scouts also complete the various parts of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, or go on an expedition to gain their Explorer Belt.

The Queen’s Scout Award marks the pinnacle of effort and achievement for Explorer Scouts and Scout Network members. Every year those who’ve recently achieved the award get the opportunity to attend a royal parade at Windsor Castle.

Honouring our volunteers

Our young people wouldn’t be able to achieve any of this without the thousands of adult volunteers who regularly give huge amounts of time and effort.

Ever since the first training camp for adults in 1919, qualified Scout leaders have been awarded their Wood Badge, which marks completion of our award-winning leadership training programme.

There are also a number of special awards for long or outstanding service, available to young people and adults alike.

Sponsored badges

We regularly work in partnership with organisations who are as excited about Scouting as we are. Along with sponsoring relevant activity badges, our partners also provide resources and opportunities to help young people achieve badges and awards.