Scouts combine conservation work with supporting local community
On Saturday the 10th May, a group of 4th Frodsham Scouts donated their Saturday morning to clear out the stream running through the woodland in Castle Park Frodsham.
The Scouts pulled on their wellies, picked up their spades and forks in order to clear the stream of rubbish and built up slit in order to keep the stream running clear as part of maintaining Castle Park and associated woodland as a community recreational area.
Over the past year, the Scouts have also planted Apple trees in Hob Hey wood and carried out litter picks around the War memorial on the hill.
For those Scouts that took part, the time spent will help them towards acheiving their Community Challenge and Nature Conservancy badges.
If you have local Frodsham Community Project which you woud like the Scouts to help with then contact the Group Scout Leader.