Scout Shop

The Greenford & District Scout Shop is based at our District Headquarters between 111 & 113 Hill Rise, Greenford and is open every Monday evening (except Bank Holidays and during the month of August) from 7.00 - 9.00.p.m. All profit from the shop is retained by the District which in turn helps to keep down membership subscriptions.

The shop supplies:

  • Full Uniform for all Sections;
  • Badges for all Sections;
  • Books, Record Cards, Certificates, Charts etc.;
  • All Greenford & District Groups' Name Tapes & Scarves;
  • Name Tapes & Scarves for other Districts;
  • Any item, including camping equipment, advertised on the Scout Shop website.

We are usually cheaper than 'high street' outfitters and we pay the carriage costs.

The volunteer shop assistants are happy to help and should we not have the item you require can, in the majority of cases, obtain it for you within the week.

To assist you with your orders of badges, we have produced an order sheet that you may like to use to make your life and ours easier when purchasing lots of badges. Just download the form, fill in the quantities and present it to the shop staff. Saves all those scraps of paper and your memory!

PDF version of the badge order form or Excel version of the badge order form.

Please note: We do not have the facilities to handle credit/debit cards, so only cash and cheques are accepted or bank transfer via mobile banking.

For shop enquiries please email us.

Duchess of Cambridge visits 12th Northolt Scout Group
HRH Duchess of Cambridge visiting 12th Northolt Scout Group

29 September 2020

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge marks start of Joint Presidency by thanking Scouts volunteers.

We're so pleased to announce that HRH The Duchess of Cambridge today becomes Joint President of the Scouts, working alongside HRH The Duke of Kent to champion the power of Scouting and oversee the council - our governing body.

The Duchess' first engagement as Joint President was a visit to 12th Northolt Scouts to thank them and all Scouts volunteers for supporting young people during lockdown. Making whirly bird helicopters with Cubs, she also encouraged Beaver Scouts as they made cards to send to a local care home.

See the stories at on The Scouts website and The Mail Online.

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