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Promoting safety with the Scouts On the 2 September CrossCountry were invited to attend the UK Scouts Association Leaders Reunion at their headquarters in Essex. Supported by Officers from the British Transport Police, the event provided an opportunity to present to over 4,000 Scout Leaders the importance of applying for the CrossCountry Personal Safety Badge and it proved to be a great success. Feedback from the Leaders was extremely positive with over 2,500 safety packs requested within a matter of hours. Speaking after attending the event in the New Forest, Business Community Manager, Chris Leech said, “Our collaboration received more positive feedback from Scout Leaders than any other display at their Reunion. Having handed out over 2,000 Personal Safety packs, I am now confident that we will successfully achieve our target of educating 50,000 young people on the consequences of railway crime and responsible travel in the first six months of this three year partnership”.
Scouting and the railways go back a long way – here’s Baden-Powell unveiling the Boy Scout locomotive in December 1930
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Promoting safety with the Scouts On the 2 September CrossCountry were invited to attend the UK Scouts Association Leaders Reunion at their headquarters in Essex. Supported by Officers from the British Transport Police, the event provided an opportunity to present to over 4,000 Scout Leaders the importance of applying for the CrossCountry Personal Safety Badge and it proved to be a great success. Feedback from the Leaders was extremely positive with over 2,500 safety packs requested within a matter of hours. Speaking after attending the event in the New Forest, Business Community Manager, Chris Leech said, “Our collaboration received more positive feedback from Scout Leaders than any other display at their Reunion. Having handed out over 2,000 Personal Safety packs, I am now confident that we will successfully achieve our target of educating 50,000 young people on the consequences of railway crime and responsible travel in the first six months of this three year partnership”.
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Scouting and the railways go back a long way – here’s Baden-Powell unveiling the Boy Scout locomotive in December 1930
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Watch our launch video Back Directory Download  your pack PDf Cub Scout  Personal Safety Badge Download  certificate PDf
Welcome to Your community rail network