Duke of Edinburgh Community Service?
Looking for Duke of Edinburgh community service?
Chelford Brownies are looking for a teenager working on their Duke of Edinburgh challenge to help out regularly at their Tuesday meetings.
The Brownie pack has previously 'hosted' a number of different young volunteers from the village who are keen to complete the three or six months community section of the award scheme.
Brown Owl Alison Richardson said: "A couple of those who have come initially for a few months have then stayed on a year or more because they enjoyed it so much. For those who wish to continue further, they can then undertake the Young Leader training, which is a great thing for them to have on their CV."
Chelford Brownies meet from 5pm to 6.30pm every Tuesday during school term time at Chelford Scout Hall. The unit usually has about 20 girls aged between 7 and 10. If anyone is interested in finding out more, please email Alison on Bembridge@dsl.pipex.com.
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