The Namaste Nepal Scout Active Support Unit exists to develop Scouting in Nepal. We do this in many different ways, such as visiting Nepal to pass on our skills and knowledge, providing guidance and encouragement on how to develop Scouting or by funding things that they may not be able to easily afford.

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About Us

Welcome to Namaste Nepal, a Scout Active Support Unit that is helping to establish a Scouting community in Meghauli, and the surrounding villages, in the south of the beautiful country of Nepal. We exist today because there is a need to support the development of Scouting in Meghauli.

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Swish / Clothes Swap

13 May @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on Sunday 13th May for our Swish clothes swap event.

Tickets are just £10 each. You can buy tickets below.

  • For less than a round at your local, enjoy early evening entertainment with friends and refresh your wardrobe at the same time!
  • Ticket price includes: entrance, a glass of fizz, nibbles and your choice of preloved goodies (there is no charge for the clothes you take, but if you have bags full of goodies you just can’t resist, we do ask that you make an additional contribution to the cause in the honesty box!)
  • Raffle and pay bar (cash or contactless payments accepted)
  • Donate your quality preloved items (women’s clothes, shoes, bags and jewellery) in advance. We will email you drop off information once you’ve bought your tickets.
  • Can’t come? You can still donate much needed £s to support Nepalese scouting on this page
    • 44th White Tree Scout Hut
    • Fallodon Way
    • Henleaze, BS9 4HT United Kingdom
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Fundraiser – Curry and Quiz Night along with the Raffle Draw

We held our last-but-one fundraiser on the 15th September – excellent food, challenging quiz and the prize draw – a great evening was had by all. John A wrote:

“After arriving, I was asked to move the tables, chairs and benches into the
correct places. After this was done we began putting up decorations, such as bunting, flags and other Nepal or scout related things. We then had to unload the drinks from a car into the hall, where we set up the bar. I was then put onto washing up while everyone arrived. Everyone then had their starters and then their dinner, a chicken or vegetable curry, before the raffle prizes were announced shortly after. There was still plenty of curry left over at the end so the leaders decided to package it up and sell it at the end; most of it was sold. I was on washing up for most of the evening so didn’t see much of the quiz but heard from my family that everyone seemed to enjoy it. When the quiz finished at 11 o’clock we packed up extremely quickly so everyone helping could go home on time. Overall I thought it was really good fun, the food was great and the evening was really well put together and organised.”

Thanks all

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Logo designs adopted.

Earlier in the year we asked the Scouts and Explorers to come up with a “camp badge”. The result is a hybrid of ideas from James B and Millie H – congratulations both!

The badge will appear on in various places but will be most prominent on our trip shirts.

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Six weeks on Friday!

We have taken the Summer “off” to relax but now we leave in just over 6 weeks. There are still lots of jobs to be done, kit to be bought, fundraising to finish and a raffle to be drawn.

Welcome back!

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Sponsored Half-Marathon Hike

“On Sunday morning at about 10:20 our group started off, it was quite boring at first and we only stopped once for lunch at checkpoint 5 out of 9. We may have got there a bit ahead of schedule (as we didn’t see any one at checkpoint 4) and we carried on with the hike (talking every so often). We finished at 15:00 and it was a 20km hike, there may have been one or two shortcuts but we didn’t miss a checkpoint. It was only a short hike, but it was way to hot and not a lot of shade (surprisingly because we were in a forest, with lots of trees over head).
Overall it was a pretty chill walk, not too stressful, not too tiring. ” Emily W

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