Second Bramley Scout Group has received a £500 boost towards a kitchen renovation at its headquarters and the help launch a new centre for Scouts.
The group, which was formed in 1930, runs weekly Scout, Beaver and Cubs classes for Bramley children. The group offers an opportunity for children to experience new adventures, interact with other children their age, gain confidence and reach their full potential.
The donation, from property developer Harron Homes, will support materials to replace the existing club’s outdated kitchen.
The Scout’s Active Support Unit will offer local children the opportunity to learn invaluable life skills and support the community with fundraising and social events.
Adam Frost, group leader at 2nd Bramley Scout Group, said:
“We would like to thank Harron Homes for this donation, it is greatly appreciated. Scouts, Beavers and Cubs are great for children to get involved and have fun, and we believe it is essential for their development. However, to carry on providing these opportunities our building needs repairing to bring it into the 21st century.”
Katie Charlesworth, sales and marketing director at Harron Homes Yorkshire, added:
“We recognise the importance of community groups and Bramley Scout Group provides an excellent service to families locally. We are delighted to be able to support them so they can continue their great work.”