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4 beautifully on-brand websites to inspire your rebrand

With just a few months until The Scouts’ Skills for Life rebrand deadline in May 2020, updating your Scout Group website is a great place to start.

13th March 2020
With just over two months to go until the Skills for Life rebrand deadline, it’s worth thinking about using your website as part of your strategy to rebrand.

The Scouts detail what you need to do to comply with the national rebrand by 31 May in this article. From changing your tone of voice to updating your logo across all of your materials and signage, there are a few steps to take.

These four examples of rebranded scout group websites have already completed this part of the task, and are a great inspiration for others.

West Monkton Scout Group

West Monkton is a perfect example of a Group using their website to its full advantage. One of the largest Groups in Somerset, the websites showcases their offering in its entirety and acts as an online hub for members and volunteers.

Read more about West Monkton here.

Richmond upon Thames District

Based in Greater London South West, Richmond’s benefits from a number of features to help improve their members’ online experience. Their website has features such as bookable adult training events, bespoke online forms, news, gallery and events areas, a Group finder feature, and much more.

Read more about Richmond upon Thames District here.

Hertfordshire County Scouts

After loving their original website that was built by us, Hertfordshire County Scouts returned to us for a digital makeover in the Skills for Life branding.

As the oldest Scout County in the world, Hertfordshire has always been a trailblazer in Scouting so the rebrand was inevitable. The County benefits from a number of useful features to help their members get the most out of the online space they’ve created.

Read more about Hertfordshire County Scouts here.

Low Wood Activity Centre

A recent addition to Scout Website’s portfolio, we’ve been working with Low Wood Activity Centre on their brand new website, for almost a year.

Inspired by previous Campsites and Activity Centres we’d worked with, Low Wood benefit from bespoke accommodation availability and activity enquiry forms, downloadable risk assessments and much more to help boost bookings, raise the profile and automate their processes.

Read more about Low Wood Activity Centre here.

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