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Northern Ireland Scout Association
The Scout Association of Northern Ireland and is an observer member of the Federation of Irish Scout Associations. The seven Scout Counties are:
The County and District badges of Northern Ireland Scout Association are similar in shape and size to those of the Great Britain.
Antrim Scout County
Antrim Scout County is divided into districts the four Scout Districts are Antrim and District, Lisburn and District, Mid Antrim, South East Antrim. The design of the Antrim Scout County badge has remained the same for many years, various shades sizes and different material were produced.
| ||Antrim District part of Antrim Scout County. |
|Lisburn and District, part of Antrim Scout County. || |
| ||Mid-Antrim Scout District, part of Antrim Scout County. | Armagh Scout County
|South East Antrim, part of Antrim Scout County. || | Armagh Scout County is made up of three Scout Districts Lurgan and District, Armagh and District, and Portadown.
|The design of the badge has been the same for many years although it has appeared in many shades, shapes, different colours and materials. || |
| ||Armagh and District, part of Armage Scout County. | Belfast Scout County
|Portadown District, part of Armagh Scout County. || |City of Belfast Scout County covers Belfast City, There are five Scout Districts East Belfast, North Belfast, South Belfast, South East Belfast and West Belfast. The badge came in a variety of different sizes, shades and materials.
|North Belfast, part of Belfast City Scout County || |
| ||West Belfast. City of Belfast Scout County |
|South Belfast, City of Belfast Scout County || |
| ||South East Belfast, City of Belfast Scout County |
County Down Scout County.
The County is made up of four Scout Districts. The four Scout Districts are Ballynahinch and Downpatrick, Banbridge and District, Newry and District, Newtownards (Ards) District and North Down. The design has remained the same for many years, many variations of shade colour and materials used were produced.
|Ballynahinch and Downpatrick, part of County Down Scout District. || |
| ||Banbridge and District, part of County Down Scout District. |
|Newry District, part of County Dawn Scout County || | Fermanagh Scout County
| ||Ards (Newtownards) District is part of County Down Scout County. |
Fermanagh Scout County covers the County of Fermanagh. The County has no Districts and has just eight Scout Groups. The badge design remained the same for many years with different shades, sizes and materials.
Londonderry Scout County
Londonderry Scout County covers the city of Derry and the surrounding county of Londonderry. The three Scout Districts are Coleraine, Londonderry and Mid Ulster. The earlier design of the badge just had the County Londonderry crest, later and more common design added the Ulster coat of arms.
| ||Mid-Ulster, part of Londonderry Scout County. | Tyrone Scout County
|Coleraine Scout District is part of Londonderry Scout County. || |
Tyrone Scout County covers County Tyrone, there are four Scout Districts in the County, The four Scout Districts are Clogher Valley, Dungannon, Omagh, and Strabane. The 1st Strabane Scout troop is the longest continuously operating scout troop in Northern Ireland. The earlier badge had the six trees the later design had the Red Hand of Ulster.
| ||Strabane District, part of Tyrone Scout County |
|Omagh, part of Tyrone Scout County || |
| ||Dungannon Scout District is part of Tyrone Scout County. |