Uniformed Organisations

Beavers

Beavers is for boys and girls aged from 5¾ to 8. All Hallows has one Beaver Colony, which meets on Mondays 6pm to 7pm in the Scout Hut (opposite All Hallows' Centre on Allerton Road).

At present there are a small number of vacancies. Beavers enjoy a wide range of activities in line with the Scout Association’s Policies, Organisation and Rules.

 

Cubs

Cubs is for boys and girls aged from 8 to 10½. Cubs meet on Wednesdays 6.30pm to 8pm. in the Scout Hut (opposite All Hallows' Centre on Allerton Road).

The boys and girls take part in a wide range of activities both indoors and outdoors in line with the Scout Association’s Policies, Organisation and Rules. Priority is given to Beavers from our colony to progress into the Pack when they attain the required age.

At present there are some vacancies for any boy or girl not in our Beaver Colony to join the Pack.

 

 Scouts

  The 13TH ALLERTON (ALL HALLOWS) SCOUT GROUP is open to boys and girls aged from 10 to 14. (At age 14 or at the latest 14½ they become eligible to join Explorer Scouts, which is ‘District’ based i.e. run by a Unit of which there are 3 in Liverpool South District.)

Our Troop meets on Fridays 7pm to 9pm in the Scout Hut (opposite All Hallows Centre on Allerton Road).  

The boys and girls take part in a wide range of activities both indoors and outdoors in line with the Scout Association’s Policies,Organisation and Rules

 

  Rainbows

Rainbow Guides is the group for the youngest girls. A girl may become a Rainbow Guide when she reaches her fifth birthday – two years before becoming a Brownie.

Our meetings are only during school terms and we offer a balanced and varied programme based on four themes: Look, Learn, Laugh and Love. In the meetings the girls are given opportunities to develop physically, creatively, spiritually and emotionally through the varied activities. These include making things, playing games, listening to stories, sharing news, cooking etc.

 

Brownies

Brownies is open to girls aged from 7 to 11 (they can move up to Guides any time they feel ready after their tenth birthday). 

The Monday Pack meets between 6.30 and 7.45pm in the small hall at All Hallows' Centre.

Brownies wear a uniform and commit to the Promise. Girls who join should be able to promise to be good citizens and to seek a spiritual commitment. Many girls are members of All Hallows, but a girl can be of any religion. Girls are encouraged to look at themselves, how they should behave towards other people and how they can expect others to treat them. They also learn to see themselves as part of a local and a world community. This reflects the three areas of the Brownie Guide programme 'You', 'Community' and 'World'.

They also mix with other Brownies and Rainbows at District events.

 

 

 

 

If you would like more information about our uniformed organisations, please click on the appropriate contact on this page. For Cubs and Scouts, please try Tony, in the first instance. We look forward to hearing from you.