Scouting Ireland

Youth services

Provincial office
Kilcully House
Co. Cork
T23 NH63


Scouting Ireland, the Educational Outdoor Movement for Young People, is dedicated to enabling and empowering young people to realise their potential, through its core values based on the Scout Promise and Law, fostering active citizenship and helping create a better community, society and world.

The aim of Scouting Ireland is to encourage the social, physical, intellectual, character, emotional and spiritual development of young people so that they may achieve their full potential and, as responsible citizens, to improve society.

Getting youngsters involved in outdoor adventures and challenges helps them to achieve these aims and have fun. While enjoying themselves outdoors they will make strong friendships, volunteer in their community, learn adventure skills, travel, become leaders and team-members, and appreciate the importance of our outdoor environment.

Skills like leading a group, teamwork, planning, project management, dealing with difficulties & weather, packing, budgeting, first aid, cooking, navigation, building structures, volunteerism, and making a shelter will always be useful and underpin future careers and life choices.

There are some 13 Scouting Clubs across Co. Tipperary in the following locations:

Cahir; Ardfinnan; Carrick-on-Siúir; Cashel; Clonmel; Fethard; Kilsheelan; Tipperary town; Thurles; Roscrea; Newport; Nenagh; and Cloughjordan.

Target group: Children and young people, aged  6-18 years of age. They are allocated to age appropriate groups.

How to access: Contact office by e-mail or phone.

Contact details: Neil Collins