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1st Foots Cray Scout Group

Photographer Activity Badge

29th July 2014, 18:00 - 19:00

Photographer Activity Badge

Beavers will be working towards their Photographer Activity Badge during their weekly meeting at the 1st Foots Cray Scout Group HQ in Rectory Lane, Sidcup.

At this week's meeting there will be a show and tell session, during which the Beavers will be showing and discussing the recent photos they have taken and what they like or don't like about them. The meeting starts at 1800 at the 1st Foots Cray Scout Group Hut in Rectory Lane, Sidcup, Kent.

All 6-8 year olds are welcome to come along with a friend for a trial experience of the fun activities on offer at the 1st Foots Cray Scout Group's premises in Rectory Lane, Sidcup. So, if you are thinking about joining Scouts to make new friends and take part in new fun indoor and outdoor activities, why not first experience an activity with the 1st Foots Cray Scout Group for free. There is no charge for young persons thinking about joining to attend one of our trial sessions.

Parents/Grandparents - why not make the most of this opportunity and speak to the Beaver Leader to discover more about what Scouts has to offer- you never know, as a parent or grandparent, you may decide you want to take on a new challenge yourself and become more involved in Scouting!


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