This decade saw many changes for the Group, growing and shrinking and growing again, with many memorable events.
1996 saw the installation of the footbridge across the river by the hut, massively increasing the amount of passers-by and making sailing more tricky on the river.
1997 saw Guides join the Scouts on camp and this was the early stages of the girls Scout troop.
Easter 1999 witnessed massive flooding across the country and the river flowed through the Scout hut for the first and (we hope) only time!
Girls were officially welcomed into Scouts in September 2000, starting off with two patrols and building up to the full troop we have today.
The Scout summer camps that took place in the 1990s are listed below with photo albums. There were also "daily newspapers" at a few of the camps. These progressed from hand written ones to DTP exercises that earned Scouts their IT badge on camp, (thanks Big John), and where available copies are here too.
Photo Albums Papers
1993 Loch Ken