Thank you to everyone that donated stuff for the Isotropic Explorer Scouts.
You may remember me asking for things for the West Hull Scouts group to sell at a carboot, we were suppose to do it end of last year but we were rained out and then got too cold. Finally we have done it, the Carboot sale was at Walton Street market on Sunday 1st April. It was a 6.30am start cold and windy but no rain several of the scouts where there selling the stock raising money and raising awareness of Scouts in the local area. I felt very proud the kids they did really well and by the end of the morning we raised £166.21. This is great considering that there were people wanting to haggle over 20p but there were people that simply donated money to the Scouts so it all balances out.
Just want you to know that I’m very lucky to have such lovely and generous clients. So again thank you for all your stuff.
Plus want to say a big thank you to the BCC network group for their kind donation of £1000 to the Isotropic Scouts as well, the monies will be used as a hardship fund. All this has been very much appreciated.
What are the West Hull scouts about, there is up to 20 youngsters aged between 14 to 18 and the aim is to develop them physically and mentally through the purpose and methods of scout association in a fun and challenging way.