Scouts are on the road thanks to donation from school
THE FIRST Seer Green Scouts group has a new minibus, thanks to High March School.
The school, on Ledborough Lane, has recently replaced its school minibus and staff have been looking for a home for the old one.
Luckily the scout group was in need of one and the keys were handed over on Wednesday September 20.
Michael Chapples, director of High March, said: “We are delighted to be able to help the community by donating our minibus to the First Seer Green Scouts.
“We are sure they will get much use out of it.”
Adam Nicholls, scout leader of the 1st Seer Green Scouts gratefully accepted the donation of the minibus.
The 1st Seer Green Scouts incorporates the Beavers, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorers and Rangers covering the age range from six to 15.
Because of the donation, the First Seer Green Scouts will be able to concentrate all its fundraising efforts on rebuilding the Scout Hut in Seer Green.
On the road: Explorer leader Adam Nicholls receives the keys from Mike Chapples, school owner and director