YORKSHIRE SCOUTS: Back out and about
The COVID-19 restrictions did, of course, see a reduction in social activities for all ages, but the West Yorkshire Scouts and Central Yorkshire Scouts are proud of the way they’ve kept up ‘connecting, learning and helping’ throughout the COVID-19 lockdowns.
We met Toby Hammond and Becky Burrell who are thoroughly looking forward to a full return to the great outdoors and the vast array of activities they are usually involved with.
From the West Yorkshire Scouts website:
“West Yorkshire Scouts are committed to delivering fun, challenging and adventurous activities to all its members. We help over 6000 young people and some 2400 volunteers, from communities right across West Yorkshire, to develop their skills for life.
We have 14 districts and our county extends from Ilkey in the north to Huddersfield in the south and Halifax in West to Dewsbury in the East. The inspirational, talented and enthusiastic volunteers from across the County deliver West Yorkshire’s Skills For Life Plan.
To support delivery of our Skills for life plan, we have over 10 activity centres and campsites dotted all over the county and some a bit further afield. Our adults are supported through our adult training,and our young leaders through a dedicated young leader programme.”
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