Scouting in North West England

Scouting in North West England is about Scouting in the official region of North West England. It is largely represented by the Scout Association of the United Kingdom and some Groups of traditional Scouting including the Baden-Powell Scouts' Association.

The Scout Association in North West England is administered through 8 Scout Counties.

University of Central Lancashire SSAGO; Lancaster SSAGO, covering Lancaster University and University of Cumbria (formally St Martin's College); Students of Liverpool Association of Guides and Scouts, covering University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University (JMU), Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA); and Manchester SSAGO, covering the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Salford and University of Bolton; all affiliated to the Student Scout and Guide Organisation (SSAGO), are situated in North West England.

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