Frodsham Mayor Cllr Liam Jones writes:
“On Saturday 8th June, I had the pleasure to celebrate the 25th Anniversary the Hideaway at Queen Charlotte’s Wood with Mersey Weaver Scouts.
“The campsite has played host to very many scouting activities and camping, where we also recognised the contribution of volunteers”
We recognised the achievements of over 34 adults today! 6 Commissioner’s Commendations, 12 Commendations for Good Service, 7 Awards of Merit, 4 Bars to the Award for Merit and 4 Silver Acorns! 🏅#VolunteersWeek2019 #thankyou pic.twitter.com/Pq3fzod3eC
— Mersey Weaver Scouts (@merseyweaver) June 8, 2019
“Not only that – I witnessed the unveiling of the Laavu, which translates as Lean to, which was built for camping in and dedicated to Ian Wiley Nicholas’s 63 years of service to Scouting, where I had the honour to make a small speech.”
“The Frodsham Scouts continue to amaze me with what they achieve, teaching youngsters essential skills, more vital today than ever as well as British values.
“I would like to thank Oliver Chambers and Ron Sayle who are very active volunteers and dedicated the great cause of Scouting for which Frodsham is a great beneficiary.”