Hodnet 2nd Scout group leaders improve their skills

2nd Hodnet Scout Group have had a very busy year. This includes some of the Group Leaders undertaking training in order to improve the activities that can be offered to the pack members. .

Recently Kath Bett, Beaver Leader received her Merit for Outstanding Support and her 5 years service award .
Mark Preece, Scout Leader,  Keri Coates, Group Scout Leader and Tim Comerford, Cub Leader received their ‘Beads’ which is the Leader training award.
Adrian Vaughan, Cub Leader also received his 5 years service award.

(picture from left to right shows Mark Preece, Keri Coates, Kath Bett, Tim Comerford and Adrian Vaughan)

The Scout Group now have almost 60 children attending the weekly Groups – 25 Scouts, 24 Beavers and 11 Cubs.

Hodnet Scout Group were successful when applying for grants to buy new camping equipment.  This equipment was purchased at the beginning of the year and has been used on a number of camping weekends by all the children.  The fundraising and increased subscriptions have meant the children can do a wider range of badges and recently the Scouts enjoyed an evening Caving at an old Roman Copper mine at Llanymynech in Wales.  The Group have also been helping the local community and were heavily involved in organising the Jubilee Celebrations in Hodnet earlier in the year.

 

For further information on the 2nd Hodnet Scouts and on how to join Beavers, Cubs or Scouts please go to: or  contact Keri Coates on 07786 158064

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