Uniformed organisations


Beavers are the youngest members of the scouting family.

They have events throughout the year, meeting up with other colonies & exploring their surroundings, and occasional sleepovers.

For details please contact St. Luke’s office via the contact form or on 01923 246161.

Alternatively, visit https://www.scouts.org.uk/ for more details about Beavers.


Rainbows is a fun and exciting program for girls aged five to seven it’s all about learning by doing.
For more information please go to the Girl Guide website.


Cub Scouts are the most exciting members of the scouting family. They are aged 8-10 years, and through their balanced programme aim to achieve their physical, intellectual and spiritual potential. This is most vividly seen during camping experiences, where their sense of awe and wonder is a delight to behold. I can without hesitation state that the 74th St Luke’s Cub Pack is the absolute best section in Watford!

For more information please contact St Luke’s office via the contact form or on 01923 246161, or visit https://www.scouts.org.uk/ for more information about Cub Scouts.


Brownies is for girls aged between 7 and 10. 

In the words of the official Girl Guiding website: Girls can participate in a wide range of activities at their regular meetings, and at special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays. They can find themselves trying out arts and crafts or recipes, playing energetic games, taking part in community action projects, or zooming down zip wires at one of our activity centres.

Girls can also extend their knowledge and abilities by working towards Brownie interest badges covering many different hobbies and activities.

Being a Brownie is all about learning, developing self-confidence, building friendships and, of course, having lots of fun!

For further information, to offer help as an adult leader or to add your daughter’s name to a waiting list please see the Girlguiding website.


The Scout Association promotes the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them to achieve their full potential. In Scouting, we believe that young people develop most when they are ‘learning by doing’, which means we give them responsibility work in teams, make them take acceptable risks and think for themselves. This helps the scouts become better all-rounded people and good ‘team players’.

Our exciting program gives them a chance to learn new things and widen their knowledge on many things like survival skills, global issues, the local community and how to build new friendships.

To join a dynamic troop please contact St. Luke’s office via the contact form or on 01923 246161. Or you can visit https://www.scouts.org.uk/ for more information about the organisation.


Guides have an exciting and varied programme designed to inspire and challenge girls from 10-14

What you do in Guides is up to you, from taking part in lots of exciting activities at regular meetings to special events and trips away.

You will choose from different badges and awards which will help you learn new skills and try new challenges. You can do some of this on your own and others you’ll do in groups in your regular unit meetings.

 For further information please go to the Girlguiding website.