New tile for the Promise Pathway at Gilwell
At our recent Lodge zoom meeting it was suggested that we contribute to a tile in the Promise Pathway at Gilwell engraved to recognise the accession of Michael Baden-Powell as the fourth Baron, Gilwell.
The suggestion was unanimously agreed and KLA lodges were asked to contribute to funding this project and purchase a tile for the pathway. The suggestions is for a Square Granite Tile, priced at £500, funded by all KLA member Lodges each donating £20.
The Promise Path figuratively represents our own Promise to provide young people with new opportunities and a new path to follow.
Individuals, organisations and groups can purchase a tile to contribute to the ever growing pathway and their donation directly supports The Scouts youth programme of adventure and development.
Your donation could help to fund important training for volunteers, provide disadvantaged communities with vital grants or help the 35,000 young people on our waiting list experience fun and adventure. Together we can leave a lasting legacy at Gilwell Park - what better time to become part of the Promise Path, in our centenary year?
You can immortalise your Scout Group, preserving its name for years to come. Also, engraving a brick in the Promise Path is the perfect way for you to celebrate a special date. This could be the date of your own Promise, or even the date of your first meeting.
It's also a chance to support Scouting while giving something back to a friend or loved one.
If you would like to have a brick engraved to honour someone important to you, you can do so in their name—whether you are thanking a Scout Leader for many years of service, or celebrating your Scout Group for its impact on you and the community.
The Promise Path will trail through the centre of the spiritual home of Scouting, Gilwell Park, an uplifting new addition built by supporters like you.