Royal Rangers is a uniformed, practical based programme involving scouting type activities, adventure in the outdoors and achievement.

There are more than 200,000 Royal Rangers outposts in over 90 nations, 35 of which are in Europe. We offer programmes for children aged 11-17 and provide the perfect mix of fun and accomplishment.



Providing a common interest away from everyday life, scouting helps to develop resilience, purpose, confidence and a sense of adventure.



Adventure and fun with others is a key reward of being a Royal Ranger. Enjoy friendships with fellow rangers and other outposts around the world.



Progressing through the merit system, rangers receive recognition for their skills, knowledge, service and personal growth.

The Rangers Motto:  "Ready", ready for anything!

The Rangers Code:  A ranger is alert, clean, honest, courageous, loyal, courteous, obedient and spiritual.


Opening up a world of adventure, the merit system includes activities ranging from bushcraft to bowling, archery to abseiling, drill parades to drawing, fire starting to first aid, kayaking, cooking, and everything in between! 


Paul Sedgwick (Outpost Leader)

With a desire to pass wisdom on to the next generation, Paul coordinates the outpost making much use of his skills.


Karen Sedgwick (Outpost Leader)

With her sense of adventure, Karen leads with enthusiasm so that our rangers become confident and resilient.


Abbey Smith (Outpost Leader)

Abbey is a leader and a great friend to the young people at Royal Rangers. Her passion is seeing young people thrive.

Being connected to a local church, Royal Rangers doesn't just give an opportunity for an individual to learn skills and have fun but also provides the opportunity to develop spiritually.