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Witney Buttercross Scout Group Coronavirus Policy

In line with the government request to cease non-essential social gatherings and with the Scout Association – all our scouting activities are suspended from Tuesday 17th March 2020.

Hopefully, we will be back enjoying Scouting again soon. We will also look at other ways we can continue Scouting including sending out details of badges our young people can work towards at home.

17 March 2020


Montgomery BeaversWelcome to Witney Buttercross Scout Group. With over 400 young people and 40 adults in uniform we are one of the largest scout groups in England. We are based in a former chapel on Marlborough Lane in the heart of Witney.

The current group was formed in 1970 with one Cub pack and one Scout troop. Now we have five Beaver colonies, five Cub packs, four Scout troops and an Explorer unit. Our leaders provide a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities to help young people develop their full potential. For more information about Scouting visit


Scout Hut

Hall Hire

The Witney Buttercross Scout Hut, Marlborough Lane, Witney, is a great venue for a variety of events, such as parties, club events and group meetings and is available to hire.

Marquee Hire

The Scout Group owns a number of marquees which are available for hire. Profits from hire go directly towards funding the scout group.

Stable BarnStable Barn Project

Our scout hut is in constant use, weekday mornings and every weekday evening, often with two section meetings running one after the other. In December 2009, after fundraising, we purchased the Stable Barn opposite our scout hut. We are now raising funds to transform it into a modern flexible space facilitating many activities not available in our area, such as climbing. For further details see the Stable Barn page.

The Scout Association’s ‘Young People First’ code of practice (also known as the yellow card) sets out a code of behaviour for all adults in Scouting.