Activation is a full day event of activities that will be laid on by the County Active Support Units
Activation usually takes place over a weekend in July, every year (except on a Peak year). The event takes place near Carsington Water and is a one-day event - Saturday for Cubs (or Scouts under 11), Sunday for Scouts & Explorers.
- Archery and Shooting
- Bell Boating
- Bush Craft
- Climbing Wall
- Crafts including Pyrography
- Crate Stacking
- Mountain Biking
- Pioneering - Catapults
- Rock Climbing
The Big Shoot is an annual air rifle, archery and fencing competition, run at Drum Hill.
Competitors are put into different categories based on age and ability. Medals are awarded to the winners of each category and an overall team trophy is presented to the winning team.
Derbyshire Scout County Ball is an annual event that runs every year and usually takes place on a Saturday in early in January. This event is only open to over 18's.
This event see us celebrate everything we have achieved over the last 12 months. Over recent years this event as developed into an annual fund raising event with a nominated charity receiving any monies that are raised on the night.
For more information and details of this year's event, please click on the link to the web site
A challenging competitive walking event first established in 1957 over some of the roughest moorland terrain in Britain - the Peak District.
Starting at Holmfirth and finishing at Buxton, the 65km event takes its name from the four inns along its route; Isle of Skye (site of), Snake Pass Inn, Nags Head and the Cat & Fiddle.
Four Inns usually takes place in April, every year.
The Kinder Extreme is a challenging route on part of Kinder Scout starting and finishing at Chapel-en-le-Frith, a distance of 28 Km.
It is designed for older Scouts and upwards with teams of 2 to 6 in the various trophy categories.
The Kinder Challenge is a shorter, 16km, route intended as an introduction to walking competitions for younger members.
The Kinder event is usually held in October, every year.
Rampage is an annual competition open to all Scout Troops in Derbyshire which is held at Drum Hill usually in late September or early October.
The competition is for the teams (patrol of 6) to take part in a range of fun and challenging activity bases.
The team with the greatest number of points attained will be the winners.
Bases may include Fire Lighting, Archery, Air Rifles, Geo-Caching, Pioneering Projects, Climbing and Abseiling
Spring Bank Camp
Spring Bank is an annual themed activity camp held at Drum Hill Campsite.
Open to Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Guides from Derbyshire and across the UK, the camp typically attracts around 1,500 participants each year. Spring Bank features a craft village and a range of adventurous activities including go karts, mountain biking, abseiling and archery. The camp also provides evening entertainment and a variety of fun challenges and competitions held across the weekend.
Spring Bank is usually held over the last bank holiday weekend in May, every year.