The first component of the Footer is a menu area that works the same way as the two in the Header, comprising an optional Navbar sandwiched by locations for two WordPress Navigation Menus. This gives you the option of having a navigation menu towards the bottom of the page rather than the top, or indeed topping and tailing it. If you have any long menus they might extend below the bottom of the footer and so be slightly fiddly or untidy, but the option is there for you.
A Navbar has been enabled in the Footer on this documentation site so you can see it for yourself.
The basic design of the footer proper is largely unchanged from the Scouts 4 WordPress theme except that it now defaults to being in solid Scout Navy, though this can be changed to other brand colours, and the copyright statement has been adjusted. It is important that Groups that are registered charities use their full formal name on the site somewhere and so this is configurable along with an optional shorter form, neither of which need be the same as the blog name or the name in the header. For example the '1st Trumpton (Camberwick Green) Scout Group' may be more commonly known as the '1st Trumpton Scout Group' and the blog name may be '1st Trumpton' but the name in the header might be '1st TRUMPTON' if you feel it looks better. The charity number is also configurable and if there isn't one set the message isn't displayed (although many Scout Groups are registered as charities, in England and Wales it is now only a requirement for those Groups with an income of over £100,000 per annum or a permanent endowment).
The links associated with the menu items default to the form
site/<pagename> but they are global options so you can choose whatever you want. If that convention is followed then the
site page could usefully be excluded from the Navbar. The actual layout of the menus is easy changed in
footer-options.php but it isn't yet under the control of Easy Theme Options.
The CEOP logo, linked to the CEOP site, was copied from the Scouts 4 WordPress theme and other sites including that of The Scout Association. In the Scouting Challenge theme it is optional and it been turned off on this site.
The CEOP logo used in the theme is in widespread use but there no longer seems to be any trace of it or an alternative on the CEOP site.
An optional full width banner can also be displayed across the bottom of the page, in the same way as one can be displayed at the top of the page. The top and bottom banners are configured separately.