Saturday’s Christmas Bazaar raised over £700 for the Group, and over £200 towards the group’s Jamboree participants.
Thanks to everyone who supported the event, whether that be showing your support on the day or donating items in the build up to the event.
The stage is up and the Panto cast are having their first rehearsal on the stage this afternoon.
Remember to get your tickets for Beauty and the Beast. They cost £6 for Adults and £5 for Children.
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Friday Evening – Limited Availability
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We had a very successful day sorting out the stores after a busy season of camping.
We also had a visit from Tools With A Mission who collected a number of old tools that we weren’t able to take to Kenya in the summer. They are a great charity who collect unwanted tools, refurbish them, sort them into trade kits and send them across the world for livelihood creation.
If you have any unwanted tools or sewing machines then take a look at their charity for details about how you can donate them: https://www.twam.uk/
At the end of August, all of the Explorers, Network and Leaders safely returned from an epic two week expedition to Kenya. You can read more about their adventure here, including a summary written by Matthew Higginbottom, one of the Explorer participants.
All of those who went to Kenya would like to thank all of the friends, family and group supporters who helped with the fundraising and expedition preparations. Without your help and support the trip wouldn’t have been possible.
In less than a weeks time, 33 Explorers, Network and Leaders will depart for Kenya.
Its taken over 18 months of organising and fundraising but the trip of a lifetime is now just around the corner. Whilst in Kenya, the expedition team will be spending the majority of the time in Kissi supporting Harambee for Kenya.
Harambee for Kenya started in 2007 after the founders had been helping Kenya Scouts to look after street children. They found that unfortunately the children would go to scouts, change into their uniform for the meeting and then afterwards return to wearing their rags and go back on the streets. The founders felt convicted to set up a safe house to help the street children and were asked to concentrate on boys as they were harder to house with families.
You can keep up to date with the expedition by liking their Facebook Page at: www.facebook.com/23rdBromleyKenya2018/
All of our sections have now held their final section meetings for the summer term.
Thank you to all of the Young People and Parents for their enthusiasm over the term, but most of all thank you to all of the leaders who give up their time to put on such a great programme for their sections.
Although weekly section meetings stop until early September, Scouting at the 23rd Bromley doesn’t stop all together. A number of sections are going away on summer camps during the time off, and over 30 Explorers, Network and Leaders are jetting off to Kenya in August.
You can follow their adventures at: https://facebook.com/23rdbromleykenya2018/