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CHILDREN from Spring Grove Junior, Infant and Nursery School enjoyed getting active as part of a fitness scheme at Huddersfield University.

The Adopt a School programme was organised by the university's sports and fitness department in conjunction with the Youth Sport Trust and the Fitness Industry Association.

It aimed to encourage year five children to become more active by providing a six-week programme of exercise combined with lessons on the importance of staying fit.

A finale was held for children featuring relay races, parachute games, rounders and other games.

Sports coaching students Tom Kaye and Chris Clark led the course.

Spring into action

THREE leaders with the Scout Association have been recognised for their years of service Margaret Heald, assistant Beaver leader of the 43rd Huddersfield (Crosland Moor) Scouts was presented with the Award for Merit.

She was joined by Craig Frost, assistant Cub leader and Beaver leader Kathryn Starr.

The awards were presented by district commissioner Philip Hayhurst and recognised 12 years of outstanding service to Scouting.

Merit Award

Farmers of future

STUDENTS have been given a cash boost by a famous agricultural show.

Every year the Emley Show sponsors a number of students in their bid to qualify in Agricultural Studies.

This year four students,

Tanya Addy from Holmfirth, Nichola Gilbert from Rotherham, Rosemary Codd from Flockton and Gabrielle

Laing from Wakefield received a pounds 4,000 grant.

The cheques were presented by Emley Show chairman Celia Briggs, treasurer Molly Cundy and secretary Rachel Mackail..

A TV style makeover has helped make a wish come true for an Oakes pensioner.

Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table ran its annual Christmas Wish campaign in conjunction with The Examiner in December.

And Mrs Karen Whitehead made a wish for a garden tidy for her father Brian Handley.

Members of Pendragon were more than happy to oblige and, armed with gardening equipment, undertook some weeding, painting and tidying up of the garden.

Jonathan Turton, newly elected vice chairman of Huddersfield Pendragon, said: "It was a great day, made all the better by the sunny weather, and we were more than happy to give Brian a helping hand." For more information on Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table log onto www.pendragon843.org.

uk or contact Matt on 07930915595..

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* RECOGNITION: Craig Frost, Kathryn Starr and Margaret Heald (right) pictured with their Merit awards from the Scout Association ( * GREEN FINGERS: Members of Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table after the garden makeover of Brian Handley. Pictured (from the left) are: Alec Jackson, Phil Neary, David Pearson, Wayne Goodman, Adam Peel, Jonathan Turton and Andrew Spencer. Lewis Goodman is shown (front) (
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Apr 25, 2009
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