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1st Foots Cray Scout Group

Beaver's Weekly Meetings - Farm to Fork Trail

16th June 2015, 18:00 - 19:30

This week's 1st Foots Cray Scout Group's Beaver Weekly Meeting is all about Food and how it gets from the Farm to your fork.

On 16 June 2015, our Beavers will be spending some time with one of Tesco's Farm to Fork Trail Guides in the local Tesco supermarket on a bespoke Farm to Fork Trail, to gain hands on experience and to learn all about where their food comes from.

Beavers will get to see behind the scenes of a Tesco bakery, taste some different types of cheese and learn how to gut a fish. There will also be fun and engaging activities on their Farm to Fork food discovery journey.

To make the experience even more exciting, a badge will be awarded to those who take part in the Farm to Fork food adventure, which is part of Tesco's Eat Happy Project.

The Eat Happy Project is Tescoís long-term commitment to help children have a healthier and happier relationship with food.

To make this change, Tesco is working to give young people the tools they need to live a healthy life and make better decisions about what they put on their plates. To find out more, visit Tesco's Eat Happy Project website.

Please note there will be no meeting at the Scout Hall today, as Beavers and Leaders will be at the above event, so parents of any prospective Beavers are advised not to drop by this evening but contact the Beaver Leader direct or visit the Scout Hall the following Tuesday.


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