At Park Street Festival on Sunday 17 May, we took the opportunity to show local people, old and young, the adventure available to them through our Scout Group. Around 75 young people faced the challenge of our climbing wall under expert supervision. For many this was their first experience of the scouting adventure! And if that wasn't enough to interest new members, an impressive photographic display showed the huge variety of activities we've enjoyed over the past year -
Cubs from Park Street's Birchwood pack will be raised awareness of water po The project, to raise awareness about sources of water pollution, involves stencilling a yellow fish symbol beside drains to remind people that any waste entering them may go directly into the nearest stream, river, lake, canal or other waterway - causing pollution and killing wildlife. Chris Holliss, Akela to the Birchwood Cub pack said "As part of a balanced programme of fun activities our cubs are
1st Park Street Scouts was one of three charities featured in the store's Community Matters scheme for the month, getting a share of £1000, proportional to the number of tokens voted for them .
Niki Dunn, Group Scout Leader said, "Thank you so much to everyone who supported our group at Waitrose. This contribution to our fund raising will help us to provide even better scouting experiences for young people in Park Street, now and for the future." £418 presented to Assist
Park Street Scout Group was chosen to read prayers at the District St George's day service in St Albans abbey on Sunday 27 April
Alfie Brown (beaver), Cameron Dunn (cub) and George Naseby (scout) all read prayers in the service, in front of the Mayor of St Albans, the District Commissioner, other scouting dignitaries and leaders and young people from all sections of Scout groups across the St Albans District.
The annual St George's day service started with a parade thro