||The Documentation and Information
Centre of the Association is operational. Its an old project
dating from 1995 which has finally been realised. It is situated upstairs
at the BP House near the extension to the new dormitory room.
It is accessible to all youth and adult members of the Association and to non-members on application.
About 800 books, magazines and pamphlets about scouting activities and resources are available for on site reference. Most of the documents come from other Scout Associations and from the World Scout Bureau. No lending facilities are available at present. Photocopy of documents is possible on a photocopy machine available on site or by prior arrangements. The Centre also produces local documents and reproduce others available from overseas or downloaded from other scout websites that may be useful to our members.
A few of these documents will also be available on this page for downloading. Most of these documents are in pdf format. They are advantageous in that they are of smaller size than other formats and therefore take less time to download. Please check the list below and ensure that you have installed Acrobat Reader on your computer before being able to read the documents.
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Locally produced Resources
|Policy, Organisation and Rules (Amended November 2006) - 297 kB|
|Le Trianon NEWS - April 2002 Edition (in french only) - 198 kB|
|Revised Youth Programme Document (completed September 2002) - 544 kB|
|Revised Youth Programme - Résumé -265 kB|
|Financial Policy of the M.S.A. - adopted 24 August 2003 -45 kB|
|Scout du Monde (World Scout Bureau) - 494 kB|
|That's an Idea (South Africa Scout Association) - 93 kB|
|Ideas for Scouters (South Africa Scout Association) - 471 kB|