SEA SCOUTS WORK WITH THE HARWICH SOCIETY

SEA SCOUTS WORK WITH THE HARWICH SOCIETY FOR
‘SCOUTS COMMUNITY WEEK OF WORK’
Scouts Community Week, 4th Dovercourt Sea Scouts and Explorers working with the Harwich Society

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The Harwich Society was delighted to identify 4 projects with which they could work alongside the 4th Dovercourt Sea Scouts in aid of the ‘Scouts Community Week of Work’ initiative. As a result, there were many busy hands in Harwich and Dovercourt on Sunday with a genuine benefit to the community as the end result. Harwich Society volunteers worked alongside the sea scouts to plant up flower tubs in Dovercourt Town Centre and at Dovercourt Bay railway station, cleared rubbish from the Hangings, cleared paths and weeds from the Radar Tower complex at Beacon Hill and cleared pathways at the Society’s nature reserve at Bobbit’s Hole. Harwich Society chairman, Colin Farnell, says, “It is always a pleasure working alongside the sea scouts as they enjoy making a difference and have such a positive attitude to helping their local community. They certainly made a difference with these projects and the Harwich Society was delighted to work alongside them.”
For further information please contact: Colin Farnell on 01255 553610 or Garry Calver on 01255 551940
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