European Scout Federation (British Association)
The European Scout Federation (British Association) is a Traditional Scouting organisation. It is a part of the other Scouting in the United Kingdom. Original test work set out by Robert Baden-Powell is still used. The original uniform is still evident today, broad brimed hats, khaki shirts and shorts, making the wearer instantly recognisable as a Scout.
|European Scout Federation (British Association)|
|National Commissioner||Tony Ward|
|Affiliation||Confédération Européenne de Scoutisme|
F.S.E. (British Association)
The F.S.E. was born in Germany after the Second World War, in an attempt to bring together the youth of all countries of Europe. The following list of countries joined Germany: 1956, France: 1958, Great Britain: 1959, Belgium: 1960, The Netherlands: 1971. The Badge of the Association consists of a gold fleur-de-Lys on a red Cross Paté, with a blue background. The fleur-de-Lys is a much-used heraldic sign, which was adopted by Baden-Powell as the Scout badge in 1908. The Scout fleur-de-Lys is also called an arrowhead, and this badge was the badge of the lookout or scout in the army.
|Otter Colonies||5–7||Group||Always busy and bright.||1997|
|Wolf Cubs||7–10½||Group||A Scout in Training.||1916|
|Scout Troops||10½–16||Group||For the advancement of Scouting skills.||1907|
|Rover Scout||16–No upper limit||Group||Emphasis on Service and adventure.||1918|
|Ranger Scout||16–No upper limit||Group||Emphasis on Service and adventure.||1974|