SAGGA Scout And Guide Graduate Association

SAGGA is a national association providing skilled service to Scouting and Guiding. Started in 1957 as the Scout and Guide Graduate Association by a group of former student Scouts and Guides, SAGGA now has over 250 members in both the UK and overseas.

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SAGGA's Aims

  • To provide service to the Scout and Guide Movements.
  • To enable its members to use their skills in giving service.
  • To promote Scout and Guide co-operation.
  • To maintain communication between SAGGA and other related organisations.
  • To encourage equal opportunities in the Scout and Guide Movements. 
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SASU SAGGA is a national Scout Active Support Unit

Although SAGGA is a SASU, it also has very close links to the Guide Association, providing equal support to both associations.

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Framework SAGGA provides a framework

SAGGA provides a framework for its members to support the aims of the Scout and Guide Associations. This framework lets them choose what to do: building up skills and experiences, trying something new or joining in activities such as camping, winter walking, sailing and crafts.

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Meetings SAGGA Meets locally and nationally

Groups decide their own programme, so a wide range of activities take place each year throught the country and members are welcome to join in any of these activities.

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Service SAGGA provides service to Scouting and Guiding

SAGGA provides service such as event support and campsite maintenance both locally and nationally.

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