22nd Northampton (Whitehills) is a thriving scout group in the Kingsthorpe district of Northampton. We have a Beaver Colony, Cub Pack and a Scout Troop catering for boys and girls aged between 6 and 14 from the Kingsthorpe area and the neighbouring villages. In total, we have a membership of around 50 young people and an active and dedicated team of leaders and supporters.
If you are new to Scouting or wish to find out more about 22nd Whitehills Scout Group, then this website provides plenty of information about us and what we do. If your son or daughter is interested in joining or you would like to volunteer as a leader or helper then navigate to the relevant section and press the join button, you will be taken to a form to fill out which once submitted will be sent to the relevant leader of that section whom will contact you regarding your application.
The Group was formed with a Cub Pack in 1956. The Scout troop came along in 1958 and have been present since. Beavers came along in 1987. Hundreds of young people have passed through the doors over that time. History was made in 2006 when the first girl was invested in to the Scout Troop. The Group have had several homes including, Kingsthorpe Middle School, Highfield House(now flats), St Marks Hall and our current home at the Pastures Community Centre.
A Map showing the Pastures Community Centre A Map showing Overstone Scout Activity Centre