Many thanks to the fans who recently donated to the recent appeal by the local Scout group…
By Matty Paddock - 10/04/2018
Posted 2 years ago
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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