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7th Wigan (All Saints) Scout Group

Our Leaders are:-

Group Scout Leader - Tim Kearsley

 

Beaver Scout Leader - Jayne Kearsley

Assistant Beaver Leader - Susan Holding

 

Cub Scout Leader- Dennis Skett

Assistant Cub Scout Leader - Martin Anderton

Assistant Cub Scout Leader - Katherine Shannon

Assistant Cub Scout Leader - Anne Marie Horton

Cub Helper - Kath Abbott

 

Scout Leader - Lee Unsworth

Assistant Scout Leader - Bernie Anderton

Assistant Scout Leader - Chris Fairhurst

Scout Instructor - Simon Humphries

 

Explorer Scout Leader - Dave Williams

Assistant Explorer Leader- Pam Williams

Assistant Explorer Leader- Alison Morrell

Assistant Explorer Leader- Angela Stephens

Assistant Explorer Leader- Mark Stephens

Assistant Explorer Leader- Duncan Morrison

Assistant Explorer Leader- Dave Eastham

Parents Committee

Chairperson - Peter Hart

Deputy Chairperson - Kath Abbott

Secretary - Peta Wolstenholme

Treasurer - Martin Anderton

Member - Frank Fisher

Member - Olwyn Whittacker

Member - Philip Jones

 

Our Parents Committee would welcome any parents or other persons who would like to join them.

The Committee generally meet on the last Monday in each month.

If you would like further information please contact:-

Peter or Tim on the email address below

 

The Environment Award

As you will all no doubt be aware, there has recently been a great deal of work carried out at our Headquarters in Delph Street.

 

We have waited over 18 months for the work to be carried out but now it has started, this allows us to progress very quickly with the plans that we have.

 

Throughout 2007 every member of the Group will be involved in an ongoing environmental project in and around the Headquarters.

 

This will involve further general clearance of the area, the construction of a memorial garden, planting new trees, shrubs and hundreds of flowers and bulbs, continuing to paint the Headquarters and erecting bird houses and bird tables etc.

 

This will involve everyone at the Group and we would also like to invite perents and supporters to involve themselves in our environmental activities.

 

Our aim is for each child to gain their Environment Award and by participating in our environmental plans; this will ensure they achieve all the requirements to successfully attain the award.

 

The Environment Award is about encouraging young people to develop a sustainable lifestyle. That is, a way of life that has a minimal impact on the environment. It is designed to bring a Group together to promote an environmentally friendly way of living.

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Tim and scouts pictured after a special parade service in church to celebrate the Centenary of Scouting