By Rosie Slawinska - 2nd May 2012 7:04am
Would you like to join and help run our lively Beaver Scout colony in Audlem?
We are the youngest section in scouting open to boys and girls aged 6-8 and during term time we meet on Wednesdays from 4.45 to 6.00pm to take part in our active and varied programme of activities.
As you probably already know we are very lucky here in Audlem in being able to share the excellent facilities of the Scout and Guide Hall.
Our motto is Fun and Friends and if you think you may like to join us please contact me for an informal chat - no previous experience in scouting is necessary. Call me, Rosie Slawinska, on 01270 811103
(Rosie will have another announcement on Audlem Online tomorrow about how youngsters can apply to join the Beaver colony)
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