Looking for a new challenge in 2019?
Adult Volunteers of any age – and – a new position for a Young Person
- 1st Goostrey Scouts are keen to welcome new volunteers to maintain the strength of the group. If you’d like to consider getting involved this year, then please contact Group Scout Leader, Neil Memmott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 1st Goostrey Scouts are also looking for a young person aged 18 to 25 to join the Scout Executive Committee for 12 months to lead the increased involvement of young people shaping the Scouting Experience we provide. If you are interested then please contact Neil Memmott before the end of February. More details can be found here https://tinyurl.com/y9nk843u
Following Sunday’s Christmas Lights Switch-on in Goostrey at the Bog Bean, Santa was seen visiting the western parts of Goostrey near the Trading Post on Wednesday eve. His sleigh is kindly sponsored by Holmes Chapel Rotary and supported by members of the 1st Goostrey Scout team – many thanks to all helpers as well as all those who kindly made donations to the cause.
Santa and his sleigh will be out in Goostrey again this Saturday 10th starting 5.30 – 6.00pm; route: (Main Road north side, Mill Lane, Woodlands, Buckbean Way, Brooklands Drive, Station Road, Main Road South to Long Shoot)
Tomas Lomax, seen in his Beaver uniform, and younger brother Zack loved seeing Father Christmas Wednesday evening, as did many other children in Goostrey.
Thomas & Zack Lomax
Santa travelling thru Goostrey
Well done to the Scouts for organising a great bonfire and firework display again this year. The event raised a massive sum of £ 3,500 towards the final construction works.
“We are still fundraising to enable us to complete the building works – having raised over £200,000 in 2 years we are on the final stretch and trying to raise the final £50,000 to complete the work…We really appreciate the support that we get from our community – we hope you agree the new scout hut is looking wonderful and a significant improvement on our last hut!”
If you would like to make a donation – these can be made directly to the Scout Hut and Youth Centre at:https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/1stgoostreyscoutgroup
The Scouts’ bonfire night raised £3500 for the new hut
A final £50,000 needed
GOOSTREY Scouts have been overwhelmed by public support for their scheme for a new Scout hut and youth centre, attracting coverage in the Sandbach Chronicle and the Knutsford Guardian this week. Full details on our Scout Hut Page.
Read the Knutsford Guardian article here: Knutsford Guardian 6th Oct 2014
Sandbach Chronicle 6 Oct 2014