Could your Group help with The Evening Times Streets Ahead Campaign this winter?

21st November 2011

Earlier this year, the Evening Times launched Streets Ahead, an ambitious community campaign aimed at building a better Glasgow.

Since then, they have been working to create hundreds of Street Champions - people who want to make life better for everyone in their local area - and tackle the projects they want to see happen.

It could be a clean-up of a local park; a rooftop garden in a tower block; grafitti removal; hanging baskets in a high street; organising a party or event that brings people together - anything that encourages communities to work together to improve their surroundings, boost neighbour relations or simply encourage people to take part.

This is where we need the help of local Scouting across Clyde Region!

The winter weather is not far away and The Evening Times has asked us to get involved in their Campaign.

Would your Scout Group be prepared to help clear snow from some paths in your local community and keep local life moving when the weather turns bad?

If so, please add a comment to the piece below so that we can get in touch with you!

Author: Gary Bainbridge

Comments

Valhalla ESU well up for helping to clear snow i Cumbernauld if weather turns bad.


Mo - 22nd November 2011 at 8:25pm


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