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How a Minibus Can Help with Local Scout Groups in the Community

​Many people refer to university as the institution which taught them life skills which are crucial not only for the workplace, but for personal development, although many overlook local scout groups for their brilliant involvement in a community. According to the Scouts’ official website, this programme helps over 460,000 young people aged 6-25 to enjoy fun and adventure while developing skills that they need to succeed, now and in the long-term future. These include teamwork, leadership and resilience.

Represented across the country, these scout groups share the same morals and regularly participate in activities to improve the development of their pupils. Participating in productive activities, such as canoeing, camping or fencing can be a great way for younger people to connect, but it can often be difficult to supply a suitable method of transport to these events. Here’s where Marshall Minibus comes in.

We understand the importance of young people’s development and support as many great projects as possible. It can be a great feeling to arrange a wonderful day out with your scout pupils, but what use is the planning if your transport arrangements are flawed? When it comes to choosing a minibus for your scout group, the experts at Marshall Minibus are on hand to help you navigate what can be a bewildering array of vehicles and options.

In terms of size, minibuses range anywhere from 8 and 9 seaters all the way through to 15, 16 and 17 seat configurations. They can have additional equipment fitted to help with accessibility and, depending on your budget, you can even go as far as branding the interior to fit with your institutions’ colours or wrapping the vehicle to whatever colour and design you like.

To find out more on how Marshall Minibus can help with all of your fleet requirements, please visit our dedicated ‘Your Minibus’ section on our website, or call us on 01480 222 440.

 

 

(photo credit to Scouts Association)

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