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What is it to be a Scout?
18th July 2016

What is it to be a Scout?

4th Milton (St Marys) Scout GroupJanuaryThis year was kicked off with us going to Winter Camp at Gilwell. What an experience this was wet and mud all around but tons of fun. From crate stacking, high ropes, pot holing in a cave bus and driving a...

Author: Jack

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