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Scouts clean up in village.

OVER 60 young people spent Sunday morning improving Golcar communities.

Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts aged between six and 18 from the 4th Golcar group spent their time litter picking around Town End and Manor Road, improving the area around Golcar Scout and Community Centre by planting in the flower beds and working on Golcar Community Gardens.

The Scouts also helped St John's Junior and Infant School with their allotment during the morning, preparing the ground and helping plant vegetables.

Daniel Haigh, Explorer Scout Leader said, "Helping in the community is an important part of our programme. Scouts will be all around the village on the ninth of May helping the Golcar Lily Day organisers run an amazing event, that gets the whole community involved.

"All the young people did a great job in tidying up the village ready for Golcar Lily Day".


| Megan Lythgo and Aisha Syed work on the community gardens in Golcar and, |below: Chloe Ahuchogu and Thomas Jackson tidy up the Town End area, with other busy scouts in the background

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:May 5, 2015
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