Scouting Ireland defines the Scout Group as follows
The basic unit of Scouting in Ireland is the Scout Group. Each Group is based around a single meeting point, but may have a number of sections, meeting at different times, and may have more than one Scout Troop or Cub Scout Pack, for example. The Group is managed by the Group Council, headed up by the Group Leader. Other Officers include a Group Secretary, Group Chairperson, Group Treasurer and Group Trainer. Sections are represented by Programme Scouters, and Scouts and Venture Scouts may send representatives from time to time.
All Scouters are invited to attend 5th Kildare Clane Group Council meetings.
Group Council meets as necessary, at least once a quarter. The Annual Meeting is held late September/early October.
Group Chairperson (Associate Member)
Group Treasurer (Associate Member)
Group Leader deputy (Training and Finance)