A million helping hands

1st Apsley Scouts visit the foodbank
1st Apsley Scouts visit the foodbank
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Beavers, Cubs and Scouts across Hemel have embraced a nationwide initiative to offer a Million Hands, volunteering in the local community.

The initiative from the national Scout Association saw young members start helping in a variety of ways.

Hemel Hempstead Beavers, Cubs and Scouts offer a Million Hands, volunteering in the community PNL-151019-100321001

Hemel Hempstead Beavers, Cubs and Scouts offer a Million Hands, volunteering in the community PNL-151019-100321001

1st Kings Langley repainted the white bollards along the High Street.

5th Hemel Hempstead Beavers had a talk by DENS andalso learned about the Foodbank and helped put foods in date order.

2nd Hemel Hempstead Cubs litter-picked in Frogmore Road and this week their Beavers will be in Grovehill putting out hedgehog boxes they have made.

1st Gadebridge Beavers and Cubs joined 1st Apsley Beavers and Scouts to litter-pick and interviewed people using the towpath.

Scouts repaint the white bollards on Kings Langley High Street

Scouts repaint the white bollards on Kings Langley High Street

The Beavers litte picked the canal bank between B&Q and Sainsbury’s, the Cubs litter picked at Apsley Lock and Beavers from 1st Apsley cleared the area around McDonald’s of litter.