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Excelsior Explorers

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Award scheme


The Queen's Scout Award - the highest award you can obtain as a member of the Scout Movement.


The Explorer Scout Award Scheme - Chief Scouts Gold, Platinum and Diamond Awards, Queen's Scout Award, Explorer Belt and Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme where we offer Bronze, Silver and Gold

There is a wide range of badges and awards in the Explorer Section.

Activity badges

Many of the badges available are activity badges, which represent the pinnacle of achievement in a particular field. Whether their interests lie in Hill Walking or Performing Arts, Aviation or Public Relations, Explorers are rewarded both for developing existing strengths and undertaking new ventures.

Additional badges and awards

In addition, there are a number of extra badges and awards, obtained by taking part in particular challenges or schemes.

Core badges

There are a number of core badges, obtained upon joining or moving on from the Unit, or for time spent in the Scouting movement.

Click here to see where the badges go on the uniform.

The Young Leader Belt


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