Mayfield Scout Group, Auckland
Scouts have been a part of the Glenfield community since the 1950s. Mayfield Scouts was established in 1996 following the merger of the former Kaipatiki-Glenfield, Scout Group, established in the mid-1950s, and Oruamo Scout Group, established in 1979.
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About Mayfield Scout Group, Auckland
Scouts have been a part of the Glenfield community since the 1950s. Mayfield Scouts was established in 1996 following the merger of the former Kaipatiki-Glenfield, Scout Group, established in the mid-1950s, and Oruamo Scout Group, established in 1979. Mayfield Scouts is part of New Zealand’s biggest mixed youth organisation, Scouts Aotearoa.
We offer a challenging program that changes the lives of young people, by offering 5- to 18-year-olds fun activities, unique experiences, adventure, and the chance to help others so that they can make a positive impact in our communities.
We are part of the Rangitoto zone, located in the heart of Glenfield, just across the road from Glenfield College, nestled in a pocket of native bush.