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Closed 15/08/2019

raised of £500 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £35 to 1st Chalgrove scouts.

    Funded on Thursday, 15th August 2019

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    The money raised from this sponsorship will go towards, updating equipment and premises, to provide youngsters of the village some valuable learning experiences. We have all paid for our own tickets to run, we thought we'd raise money for a local cause at the sametime as having fun. Kim has gained so much from scouts she'd like to give something back.



    • Suzanne Quainton4 years ago
      Suzanne Quainton

      Suzanne Quainton

      4 years ago

      The developer has agreed as part of their planning application, to build the community a new scout hut, however we need to clear the site first, as you can see from the photo this will cost a bit. Removing this old building will benefit the hole village, by removing a dangerous building for teenagers to hang out in. Please support us by sponsoring our team.

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    Page last updated on: 5/19/2019 13.12



    • Justine Gore-Smith

      Justine Gore-Smith

      May 19, 2019

      Well done all!


    • Chris Perry

      Chris Perry

      May 18, 2019

      Good luck with the colour run


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