Fans dig deep for Scouts

Many thanks to the fans who recently donated to the recent appeal by the local Scout group…

Aggborough fans dipped into their pockets to support Kidderminster Scouts at the recent home clash Salford City.

The game against the National League North leaders  was designated a special Scouting day attended by almost 200 young Scouters and helpers.

A half-time bucket collection saw £324 donated to the Next Generation Appeal which aims to raise £110,000 to build a new 22-bed dormitory at the Scouts’ activity centre at Rhydd Covert next to West Midland Safari Park.

Appeal chairman Mike Thompson said: “We are so grateful to Harriers for making it such a special day out for the Scouts.

“We were impressed by the club’s warm welcome on a truly community afternoon and we would like to say a heartfelt thank-you to the fans who generously supported the half-time collection to give our appeal such a great boost.”

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