21st Century Scouting
|2000||Millennium Celebrations at Gilwell Park, Watcombe Campsite and many other Scout Camps. |
11th World Scout Moot held in Mexico.
New logo and uniform introduced.
Modular Leader Training introduced.
|2002||New training programme launched. Age ranges revised for all Sections. |
Explorer Scouts (15-18) and Scout Network (18-25) introduced.
The 20th World Jamboree was held at Sattahip, Thailand for 30,000 Scouts from 27th December to 7th January 2003.
The Jamboree Theme was Share our World, Share our Cultures.
|2003||New adult leader training scheme launched.|
Venture Scouting closed.
|2004||Peter Duncan succeeded George Purdy CBE as Chief Scout.|
|2005||Eurojam 2005 held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex from 29th July to 9th August.|
|2006||Peter Nicol appointed Deputy Chief Scout.|
New Activities Permit Scheme introduced.
|2007||Centenary of Scouting.|
Royal Mail issue six special Centenary of Scouting stamps.
Royal Mint issue a commemorative Centenary of Scouting fifty pence coin.
Scout Michael Perham, 14, became the youngest person to cross the Atlantic single-handed.
21st World Scout Jamboree held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex from 27th July to 8th August for 40,000 Scouts.
The theme of the Jamboree was One World, One Promise.
|2009||Television Adventurer Bear Grylls succeeded Peter Duncan as Chief Scout. |
Fresh start for Scout Fellowship as Scout Active Support announced.