Diary Dates

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Irthlingborough Archaelogical Society
Scouts and Cubs joined the Members of Irthlingborough Achaelogical Society to clean and prepare the many artifacts in-earthed at the Dig last Autumn. The carved stone, of great interest, with a Romano-British scene was shown to the Young People and the significance explained. When the 'dig' resumes later this year, the Young People will be invited to join in. Thanks to Karen and Paul for organising the event for the Cubs and Scouts.
Great Ormond Street Sponsored Walk!

Despite bitterly cold weather, on Sunday 24th February, Beavers, Leaders, Parents ,brothers, sisters and friends set out to walk 2.8 miles (which was calculated by Scouts and turned out to be 7.2 miles!!) Great spirits and good fun was had and all the proceeds - yet to be finally calculated - will all go to Great Ormond Street Hospital and this activity gained all those taking part earning a Gold Medal.

Beavers Fundraising forJohn's Charity

On Saturday 24th February Beavers, their Parents and many friends joined together at the Scout Headquarters to raise funds for ' John' a local man with HSCT Relapsing MS who is hoping to travel to Mexico for specialist treatment. Tea and coffee was served and a fundraising stall and games were a great success for the children. With great efforts by Claire, Karen and the Team over £140 was raised for this deserving charity.

Beavers visit thw Hindu Temple

As part of their Faith understanding, the Beavers visited the Hindu Temple in Wellingborough which is a really magnificent building. Our well-behaved Beavers studied articles within the Temple and learned about the Hindu Religion and were warmly welcomed!

Cubs make Bird Boxes for Rushden Lakes

The Cubs donated five 'Bird Nesting Boxes' that they have made to Rushden Lakes, so that they can be fixed to trees around the Nature Trails. Cubs made the boxes as part of their DIY badges and were made under the supervision of Cub Leader, Karen Hutchinson and Assistant,Steve Kurn. The presentation was made to Katie King, the Wildlife Trust's Education and Community Officer, by Cubs Libby, Emily, Austin, George and Jamie. The event was co-ordinated by Sophie Rolfe who, as well as being an Explorer Scout Leader within our Scout Group, is also a Ranger at the Nature Reserve.

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