The 1st Liverton Scout Group was resurrected in September 2009 with a Beaver Colony and Cub Pack.
The Scout Troop started a year later in September 2010, and an Explorer Unit in September 2013.
It is known that there was a Scout Group in Liverton in 1945 as one of its members, John Whittington, has been in contact with the Group. If anyone has any further details about the Group please let us know!
The original 1st Liverton Scout Group was operational in 1942, if anyone has any more information about the group at this phase of its existence please let us know.
An Email from former Scout John Whittington
I saw a reference to 1st Liverton while browsing the web. It brought back many memories of an earlier 1st Liverton Scouts when I was a member way back in 1942.
I was an evacuee living at 6 Halford cottages, and the scout troop comprised two Patrols, each of six boys; Eagles and Curlews. Six were evacuees, Eagles and six Liverton boys, Curlews. …I thought you might like to know your troop was not the very first 1st Liverton. I wish you every success and “Good Scouting”