From time to time the 30th Reigate celebrates its history and remembers past members. On these events we host a reunion for anyone who has ever been a Beaver, Cub, Scout, Explorer, Venture Scout, Rover Scout, Senior Scout, Leader, Assistant or been connected with the group in any way.

Here you can find out more about the latest event and possibly about the next one.

Welcome to the Alumini section of the website.


The 30th Reigate Scout Group provides challenging and educating opportunities for both adults and children.

It is a part of the UK Scout Association and delivers the very highest quality scouting. With record membership, the group is the largest and most successful group in the area and is at the forefront of delivering 21st century scouting in line with the latest programme and award scheme developments.

With an large energetic leadership team and executive, the group is empowered to further develop the quality and range of activities on offer to enable the next generation of leaders and shapers that the UK requires. As well as managing and overseeing the affairs of the individual sections, the exec maintains the assets of the group in the form of property and equipment.

Registered users can explore the site fully, in particular the "News" areas for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts & Explorers.

Most Sections now have their Programme published - either use the "New Calendar" or your Section's "Private Documents" area where you can download and print the programme for future reference.

Opening times and location of the District Scout Shop are in the file at "Group / Documents / Public Documents"

30th Reigate Scout Group is part of Reigate District

30 Logo OldThe 30th Reigate Scout Group was founded in 1925, the official registration date with Headquarters is 21st August. Initially founded by William C Davis, and meeting in a disused stable block at Hartinton House, the troop consisted of six boys from Reigate Grammar School. By the early thirties, the troop had swollen in number to nearly 50 including a cub pack.

In the mid thirties, the group's HQ moved from a series of temporary homes to a new (second hand) hut erected behind the old police station (now Upper West Street car park).

In 1951, the group moved into it's present HQ, then the "Reigate Youth's Institute" and renamed it to Somers Hall.

The group's early heydays were the sixties and seventies when numbers swelled up to over 150 youth members.

Numbers dropped in the eighties and nineties in line with the popularity of scouting.

At the start of a new centenary of scouting numbers have dramatically increased and with a Beaver Colony, a large Cub Pack, two bulging Scout Troops and an Explorer unit. Numbers are larger today than they have been in the group's history.

 Please also see our section Group History



If you wish to get in touch with the group, please select the most appropriate contact from the list below:


General Enquiries about the Scout Group


New Membership / Waiting List Enquiries


Beaver Section


Cub Scout Section


Scout Section


Explorer Scout Section


Web-Site Enquiries



If you are a parent of a child who would like to join, please see the tab on the left marked "Join". All the relevant forms can be accessed there. 




Parents - you can see more content on this site by logging in using the account emailed out by your section leader.