115 Stanbridge Road
Haddenham Garden Centre
By Christina Jeffery - 9th May 2014 7:00am
The village's Scout Troop needs a second leader. The Scout Leader requires the assistance of another uniformed leader on a regular basis to supplement the invaluable support given by parent helpers. An assistant leader would help plan activities and also help run the weekly meetings.
The Haddenham Scout Troop currently has 15 members — in the 10-14 age range — with additional boys coming up from the cub pack. The Troop has a varied and interesting programme of indoor and outdoor activities.
Would you like to join the leadership team? It can be great fun! If you were never a scout, don't worry! To be a leader requires only a few straightforward training courses, time to help plan activities and a couple of hours for the weekly meeting — Friday 7-9pm.
If you think you might be able to spare some time to give a hand — or would like to have a chat — please contact Guy Redshaw on 01844 290119 or Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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