May 26, 2011
Scouts in litter pick at Berrow Nature Reserve
A group of 20 Burnham-On-Sea Scouts, Cubs and Beavers carried
out a litter pick at Berrow's Nature Reserve this week.
The group, pictured above, collected over seven sackfuls of rubbish
during the event, which was organised by the 1st Burnham-On-Sea
Cub Scout Kingfisher Pack.
The two-hour clean-up was held on Monday (May 23rd) to help
the youngsters earn their community challenge badges.
"The Cubs were all really well behaved and fortunately the
weather stopped raining just in time for the litter pick,"
Giles Prewett from the Kingfisher Pack told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
"We would like to thank all of the parents and young leaders
that came down to help, and for Sedgemoor District Council that
supplied the children with pencils, badges, magnets and balloons
for their efforts in tidying up the local environment."
Pictured: The group of Burnham Scouts, Cubs and Beavers after