Kenninghall Scouts celebrate awards success
A group of 12 young people have achieved their top Scouting awards during a celebration event in Kenninghall Woods earlier this month.
The awards come after the youngsters completed a series of challenges revolving around expeditions, exploring other cultures, personal fitness, developing new skills and creativity.
Also at the celebration the group cooked more than 100 pizzas using a cob oven built by the Scouts, and they had the chance to try archery, play Frisbee golf, cook dough twists on an open fire and make bracelets.
Gold award recipients were Scouts Alfie Monck, Chelsea Makin, Annabel Mullet and Holly Belbin, silver award winners for Cubs were Jakey Hall, Ruby Perrin, India Makin and Destiny Fathers, and Bronze award winners for beavers were Archie Rice, Levi Makin, Katie Stones and Lacey Fathers. The Kenninghall Scout Group has also appealed for new leaders.
Michelle Monck, group leader said, 'We urgently need more adult volunteers.
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'Additional help will mean we can continue to provide great experiences to young people and help future Beavers, Cubs and Scouts achieve their top scouting awards.
'You do not need previous experience in Scouting, just a willingness to take part and you don't have to commit to attending every week. We appreciate everyone has busy lives, so once a month or every so often can still really help. You won't be on your own as we have experienced leaders who can guide you.
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'We're also recruiting for new Beavers, starting in January.
'This is open to children aged five-and-three-quarters from January 2018. 'Ideally parents of Beavers would also help as volunteers if possible.'
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