64th Birkenhead Sea Scouts

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Who are we?

We are a Royal Naval Recognised group and the only Sea Scout troop in Birkenhead. The group also has a Beaver colony and a Cub pack.

Birkenhead is located on the Wirral peninsula which is surrounded at 3 sides by water, offering plenty of boating opportunities. The area has a proud seafaring history with the River Mersey being one of the countries few remaining commercial shipping routes. When the Camel Lairds yard was still open, Birkenhead was renowned for its ship building, especially during World War II, launching such famous ships as the Ark Royal and Prince of Wales.

As Sea Scouts we offer all the things which regular Scouts do but with an emphasis on water based activities and Seamanship.

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