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Devon Scouts

Adult Selection for WSJ in North America
6th May 2017

Well what a weekend we all had at Caddihoe! Over 100 scouts and Explorers had fun whilst assisting in selecting the leaders to take our young people...

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Upcoming events

Run to the Fun 4: July 2018
29th July - 5th August 2018

WSJ America: July 2019
22nd July - 2nd August 2019

On Brand

Our brands

To coincide with the refreshed programme, a new edition of the brand guidelines has been published. As trailed in the December/January edition of Scouting, the section brands were updated in consultation with adults and young people in Scouting. A range of resources for the revised brands is available on the Scout Print Centre. The corporate ‘Scouts Be Prepared’ logo for Scouting and Serif Black font remain in use.

Updated brand guidelines

We now have a single set of brand guidelines for Scouting, providing advice on the main Scout brand, the fleur de lis (arrowhead) and the five youth sections. In addition to showing the various logo options and colour palette, you will also find information on our strategic aims, values, tone of voice, illustration, video and social media. There is now more emphasis on an integrated family of brands, with more obvious links to the fleur de lis and emphasising the continuity and progression in the 6-25 Programme.

Artwork and logo files

Logos and badge artwork are now available on the Scout Print Centre. Logo generators to create personalised versions of the corporate and section logos are also available. The illustrated characters for the Beaver Scout section are also available to download.

New templates

Poster, flyer and pull up banner templates for the refreshed Beaver, Cub, Scout, Explorer and Network brands are ready to use on the Scout Print Centre.

Photography bundles

Selections of recent photography are also available for members to use. These can be downloaded from scouts.org.uk/brand.

New merchandise

Scout Shops Ltd has produced a range of new items featuring the refreshed branding including new resources for young people aged 6-18. These are available from scouts.org.uk/shop

Frequently Asked Questions

Background information on the development process and a range of other related issues are covered in our FAQs.

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