The Troop Leadership Team are:-
A recent convert to the Scout movement, Dave fell for the second biggest
lie in the world (the biggest being "the cheque is in the post") ie "It
is only a couple of hours a week". Dave is a car mechanic to trade and
so his experience in dealing with nuts stands him in good stead in dealing
with the Scouts.
Dave is a Form W holder and has been known to take his attack-trained
pet priahna fish on canoeing trips to minimise the number of capsizes.
Started as a Guide then as a Guide leader, after regular harassment and
brainwashing worthy of the most hardened religious cult, converted to the
Scout Movement when girls joined. One of the few vampires left in the UK
she uses astronomy as a cover for her nocturnal activities and regularly
spends most of the night peering at some microscopically small point of
light in the sky.
A Form M holder she uses position as a belayer as an excuse to practice
her yo-yo technique using live Scouts.
In her spare time she designs flat pack furniture and breeds whelks.
Born at the age of three which probably explains his perpertual state of
confusion. Joined the 40th cubs in 1972 and moved through the sections
as a Chief and the Queen Scout Award Holder. unfortunately the Parole Board
turned down his application for release and he was returned to the Scout
Hall to serve out his sentence. After an appeal hearing, the board decided
to increase his sentence and make him SL.
In 1997 became the ADC(S) for Dunfermline district because he was the
last to say no.
SCA Canoe instructor and form M and W holder. In his spare time......
what spare time....I'm A Scout Leader!
After finding life as an unarmed combat instructor to the SAS a little
dull Margaret moved onto the challenges of Cub Scouting. However even she
managed to tame the little
gits darlings and moved onto
Scouts. Margaret is a pool lifeguard and first aider and has been known
to drum up business on slow days by clubbing some stroppy kid about the
head and throwing them in the deep end - a personality trait which makes
her ideally suited as an ASL
In her spare time Margaret shoot small bores.. sorry that should read
shoots small bore rifle.