Charlton King’s Scouts have been creating a better future for the Duke of Burgundy Fritillary Butterfly.
31 of the finest Scouts that this County has to offer have assisted the Woodland Trust (under the guidance of local conservation legend John Coates) have been clearing the invasive vegetation that threatens the natural habitat of the aforementioned butterfly.
Take a look at the pictures that show how the work unfolded.
Slowly but surely our new outdoor activity shelter has been built by a group of willing volunteers.
Funded by donations to the memory of Friday Night Scout Leader Alex Wright, who sadly died in a tragic accident in 2008, aged 27.
Follow the links below to see it’s construction and some of the activities it’s already been used for.
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Following the really enjoyable skittles evening the other Saturday Karen, Dan and I have volunteered to coordinate “The Friends of Charlton Kings Scouts” group.So what’s it all about? Well… the purpose of “The Friends” group will be to support the Charlton Kings Scout Group in providing extra help with fundraising, social events and scouting activities in a fun and sociable way.
Firstly we’d like to get a feel for how many parents would like to become members of ”The Friends of Charlton Kings Scouts” Group.
It would also be great to see you Saturday 9th Nov to help with the Hall Maintenance / Gardening session 10:00 to 12:00…
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know whether you are willing to be a ‘friend’ to your child(ren)’s Scout group.
We will be in touch soon ……..
Karen, Phil and Dan
(Parents of kids that are Scout members)