Clwyd – pronounced “cloo-id” – is the Scout area which covers the unitary authorities of Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham in north east Wales. At the last census we had 2,293 members.
Our location is shown by the purple area on the map below.
The Scout Network, for members aged 18-25 years, is an area responsibilty. More information about this can be found on the Clwyd Network page.
The person who is responsible for supporting scouting in Clwyd Area is the area commissioner, Jake Myatt. The area commissioner is the ‘line manager’ of the district commissioners and reports to the chief scout.
Jake is supported by a team of people who, together with the district commissioners, make up the area team.
Assistant Area Commissioner (Activities)
David Morris (Moz)
District Commissioner , Wrexham District
Assistant Area Commissioner (International)
Area Training Manager
District Commissioner, Flintshire District
District Commissioner, Llangollen District
District Commissioner, Vale of Clwyd (Denbighshire) District &
Just like all groups and districts, the area has to have an executive committee. This is a business committee whose function is to support scouting in Clwyd Area.
Its meetings, held 4 times a year at Gladstone, are attended by:
- its chairman, secretary and treasurer
- the area commissioner and the field commissioner
- an elected representative from each District
- the chairman of the Gladstone Centre committee
- the area’s representative to the committee of the Welsh Scout Council
- an under-25 representative
- and the area scout network commissioner
- Other members can be nominated by the area commissioner and also can be co-opted, as the committee feels necessary.
Scout groups are organised into districts, which are led by a district commissioner who supports scouting in the district and who is the ‘line manager’ of the group scout leaders.
We have approximately sixty Scout groups in four districts.
The 12 areas of Wales are supported by the Scouts Cymru.