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The Chief Scout Gold Award

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29th September, 2018.


We would like to offer our congratulations to Dominic Taylor, Charlie Pegram and Henry Grice-Holt on the achievement of the Chief Scout Gold Award. On Wednesday 19th September the Easingwold District Commissioner Gary Roberts was invited to present three of the Moxby Moor scouts with their Chief Scout Gold Award. This award is the highest achievable as a scout and is a great foundation to move forward into the future, be that within scouting or not. It is the culmination of four years hard work to reach this level...
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CELEBRATING HARVEST!

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29th September, 2018.


We celebrated the gifts of the fruits of the earth last Sunday, starting with a Harvest Festival service at Easingwold Parish Church, which had been beautifully decorated for the occasion by the church ladies. The service was introduced by Rev. Margaret Young, who reminded us of how lucky we are to have food and clothing and shelter, which is not the case for many poor people in the world...
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Ten...is....

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29th September, 2018.


...usually enough for a tournament and we managed a glittering event at Easingwold Lawn Tennis Club’s end of season fun tournament, Sunday 23rd September. The emphasis was on fun and the pictures suggest it was achieved. Captions on a post card very welcome...
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A busy Brownie Weekend

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29th September, 2018.


It’s been a busy weekend for the girls from 1st Sutton on the Forest Brownies. Friday night they arrived for a sleepover in the school hall. The Brownies took part in a variety of activities including making their own pizzas, a treasure hunt & designing their own jewellery. The most popular activity was making their own dampers and cooking them on a campfire, whilst singing traditional Guiding songs. Good old fashioned fun! ...
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