Scouts take the plunge to fundraise for church

/Scouts take the plunge to fundraise for church

Scouts take the plunge to fundraise for church

Scouts take the plunge to fundraise for church
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Beavers, cubs and scouts of The 7th Royston (Barkway) group, in Barley, raised nearly £200 for St Margaret’s Church in the village by abseiling down it. Explorer Scouts led by James and Ben Truett thrilled spectators by descending the 12th century Norman tower to clean and repaint the golden hands of the William Buttereld church clock. 50 brave teddy bears also took the plunge on zip wire from the tower to the lych gate below much to the crow’s delight.

2016-09-30T00:18:29+00:00By |

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