|Choose one of these three options, depending on where you live. Then complete all the requirements.|
Study an aspect of national history, local history or family heritage. Exhibit or present the results to other people.
Over a period agreed with your leader, get involved in a project to help preserve some aspect of national or local heritage.
Show that you know the local area surrounding your home or Scout Headquarters, up to a radius of 2 kilometres in suburban districts and 5 kilometres in rural districts. Locate as many as you can of these:
Use a street map to point out six locations from step 1. From your home or Scout Headquarters, show the quickest route to one of the places.
Gain a general knowledge of what parts of the country are served from your local airport, mainline railway and coach stations.
Find out how to reach the local airport, mainline railway and coach stations, and major tourist attractions from your Scout Headquarters or home.
Show how to use a map of your district. Use it to point out any six places of interest. Show how to get to these places from your Scout Headquarters or home.
Give clear directions to a place of interest 8 kilometres away, to a person travelling by car or public transport.
Find out which major local roads link to the motorway and A-road network and the main cities these roads serve.