Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no scouting activities until further notice.
Welcome to Robin Hills Scout Group, probably the best group of cubs and scouts in the world!
We meet in Robin Hills, Johannesburg, South Africa. There are about 30 cubs, 30 scouts and 14 adult scouters. Here you can learn about us as a group and scouting in general and we hope you will want to become a cub or scout too! Click on one of the items above and see what we get up to.
Robin Hills are a mixed gender scouting group, we have both boys and girls as members. Cubs are between 7 and 10 years of age, scouts are from 11 to 17. Scouting is a world wide movement with millions of members, all of whom follow the same basic format....
Cubs and scouts do all sorts of exciting things. We hike, camp, make things, make friends, learn things, become better people, do things for our comunity and we always have fun!
The Robin Hills Scout Hall is on Oorbietjie Road, corner Blesbok, Robin Hills.
GPS co-ordinates S26° 6.665', E027° 58.845'
|Age||7 - 11 years old||11 - 18 years old|
|Contact Details||Linda Peacock 083 256 1557||Philip Raban 076 637 8813|
|Costs||R 1600 a year or R400 per term x 4 or R134 per month x 12 + R250 joining fee|
|Times||Fridays 17:00 - 18:45||Fridays 19:00 - 21:00|
|Closed during public school holidays.|
We also have a Meerkats program for 5 to 7 year olds, please contact Linda for more information. 083 256 1557
Contact us if you would like to become a cub or scout or want more information. (turn on java if address not shown)
A new publication "This is Scouting" is available from the Scout shop in hard copy, or for download here. This is a must read for new parents and scouts and for anyone wanting to find out more about scouting in South Africa.
Congratulations to Alex Corder for becoming a Springbok Scout!
This is an incredible achievement, it took lots of hard work and support from his family and the Scout Group. He was presented with his Badge and Certificate on Sunday 22 January 2017.
Please download the "web and contact consent form" for your child here, print it, fill it in and return it at the next scout meeting or e-mail it. This is for permission for adult scouters to contact your child directly, to use your child's first name (first name only) and pictures on the web site and Facebook group. Where there is more than one child with the same first name, we would use the initial of the last name to distinguish them, (like Sam S and Sam J).
Kontiki 2016 - we entered two teams and came
At Kim Shield 2016 we entered four patrols and came