Facilities on site
- Wood for fire
- Car Parking
- BBQ area
- Full toilet facilities
- Patio Area
- Camp Fire Circle
- Campers Fridge & Freezer
- Various Activities
- Altar Fires
- Opportunities for Service and Conservation activities
The site is open all year round. Glenny Wood therefore is an
ideal site for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and Network members
to come along and enjoy their Scouting
For those wishing to camp there are plenty of Plateau areas for
you to use. The Plateaus will hold between 1-4 patrol tents and
have space for kitchen areas and cooking. Altar Fires only are
allowed on site, and are supplied for this. The exception to this
is a campfire in the Campfire circle and the stone fire area on
We have our newly refurbished lodge, which is great for Beaver
Scout Sleepovers, Pack Holidays, and other residential experiences
needing indoor accommodation. The building is suitable for sleeping
up to 30, with two side rooms for leader/young leader
accommodation. Please note that bunk beds are not provided.
Normal services are available and in the refitted kitchen there is
a cooker, fridge etc. Please bring your own cooking utensils, pots
& pans plus crockery and cutlery. There is a freezer in the
campers area at the front of the toilet block.
The Campers and Games Store
This is in the area in front of the toilet block. In this store
area there is a fridge and freezer for all site users to access. We
also keep in here games which you are welcome to use and are free
of charge. Please treat this facility and equipment with respect
and care. Please keep this area tidy and return all kit used to the
room storing away neatly.
We hold a large range of pioneering equipment and project ideas.
To use the pioneering equipment please book with the secretary and
you will be given the code to access the store. The pole store key
is held in the green rope store. The equipment is sufficient for
most large pioneering projects. We have plastic (synthetic) and
natural fibre ropes and long ropes (Monkey Bridge etc. Building
your own Pioneering activities, including Aerial Runways. These
must comply with the Scout Association's Rules and Regulations.
Ropes attached to trees can cause bark damage. Please ensure all
points of attachment are suitably protected and ensure that all
ropes and swings are removed completely at the end of your stay.
There are Pioneering poles and ropes available to use on site.
Day / Evening visits
Glenny Wood is ideal for a section meeting night, for practicing
traditional Scout craft activities, wide games, bivvy building and
much more; just let the imagination go wild.