In 2012, after an absence of 20 years in the town, Kiltimagh Scouts was reformed. Our first meeting was in September 2012. Initially we started with 18 Beavers and 18 Cubs but since then we have gone from strength to strength to the point where we now have 80+ children across Beavers, Cubs and Scouts and 30 Leaders. The success of the troop has wildly exceeded our expectations and this could not have happened without the support of families, friends and the Kiltimagh community at large. Hiking, tidy-towns, campfires, bushcraft and lots of other new skills are all part of what we’re about. Not to mention our annual camps and ‘sleepover’ visits to other scout dens in Mayo. And with a very long waiting list we hope to be providing those skills and opportunities long into the future.

About Scouting Ireland

Scouting Ireland is the National Scout Association for Ireland and a member of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement. Scouting Ireland was formed on 1st January 2004 from the two original Scouting Associations in Ireland, Scouting Ireland S.A.I. and Scouting Ireland (CSI). It also incorporates girl guides and brownies.
Scouting Ireland has over 40,000 members across Ireland, including Northern Ireland where it works in partnership with the Scout Association Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom Scout Association.

Becoming a Scout

Becoming a scout is the start of a great adventure for your child! Not only will they make great friendships but they will learn new skills and responsibilities, while having lots of fun.