The District Team is made up of representatives from each District Section and meet no frequently than bi monthly. To contact the District Team please email DistrictTeam@brscouts.org.uk

Lee Ribchester (District Commissioner)

Lee has overall responsibility for the District. He approves all activities. It is his role to ensure the district runs effectively and that Scouting develops in accordance with the rules and policies of The Scout Association so that young people can benefit from good quality scouting.

Gwen Brown

(Assistant District Commissioner – Cubs)

Gwendolyn Assists Lee the District Commissioner with the running of the Cub Sections, including the personal support and encouragement of Leaders.

Nick Mabbutt

District Explorer Scout Leader

Nick assists Lee the District Commissioner with the running of the District Explorer Section, including the personal support and encouragement of Leaders.

Michael Hope

District Chairman

Michael leads the Executive Committee, ensuring that it fulfils its responsibilities within the District. Michael works closely with the Group Scout Leaders and Lee to achieve the purpose of The Scout Association through the development of local Scouting, in accordance with the Policy, Organisation and Rules of The Scout Association.

Leesa Beckwith

(Assistant District Commissioner – Scouts)

Leesa Assists Lee the District Commissioner with the running of the Scout Sections, including the personal support and encouragement of Leaders.

Janice  Butterworth

(Assistant District Commissioner – Beavers)

Janice Assists Lee the District Commissioner with the running of the Beaver Sections, including the personal support and encouragement of Leaders

Charlie Kemp

(Assistant District Commissioner – Communications )

Charlie supports the District Commissioner and District Team with communications and IT support and provides IT support for District. Including managing the Websites and Office 365 Environments.

Volunteers Needed

All of our leaders are trained volunteers working to make scouting the best it can be, but we don’t just need swashbuckling adventurers to lead our expeditions. We also need tidy-uppers and tea-makers and great listeners from all walks of life – for as much or as little time as they can spare.

Volunteer on your own terms