The first Tutbury and Hatton Scout group is appealing for former and current members, both young and old, to get involved with the 70 year anniversary of the group being set up.
Saturday, September 23 will mark 70 years since the group, which has around 45 young members currently in the beavers, cubs and scouts sections, was founded in 1947 and will be hosting an extravaganza to celebrate.
Leaders are calling for members who have been part of the group at different times during its lifespan to get in touch and be involved on the day, and to help share memories of how it has changed over the years.
The day's events will kick off at 11am and will run throughout the afternoon. To mark the festivities, there will be a treasure hunt at the group's headquarters in the Old School House, in Cornmill Lane, Tutbury.
There will also be a picnic, games and a barbecue, along with the one thing which no Scout meet up would be the same without, a singsong around a camp fire.
Graeme Hamblen chairman at Tutbury and Hatton scout group has appealed for as many former and current scouts who was part of the group to get involved with the celebrations.
Mr Hamblen said: "Calling all current and former members from Tutbury and Hatton Scout group. This is our 70th birthday and we have planned a day full activities. Come along and join in the fun and celebrate with us."
Anybody who is a former member and would like to speak to someone at the group about the celebrations can email Graeme Hamblen at email@example.com