The Trentham Scouts Group are a deserving not-for-profit group that recently received a grant from the RJS Foundation.
On Friday, Jack Brereton MP, RJS Foundation Board member and Catharine Gill, Business Development Administrator from RJS Solicitors, visited the @Trentham Scouts Group to see the newly created ‘Jubilee Garden’, which has been constructed partly due to the grant award made by the RJS Foundation.
They met with Phil Marks – Group Scout Leader, Esther Harrison-Cloke – Group Chair, Sarah Crane – Parent Representative, Mike Rochelle – Health and Safety co-ordinator and Kev Hodgkinson – Assistant Scout Leader and Quartermaster.
The improved outdoor space has created a lovely peaceful area where people can relax and meet friends. There are plans to buy more plants which the Scouts, Beavers and Cubs will help plant.
George, Sam, Seb and Luke were keen to share with Jack and Catharine what they have planted and also what they have planned for the garden long term.
Trentham Scouts has 90 members and is thriving to the point where they have a waiting list. They are always looking for adult volunteers to help to support the club and to allow more children to join. No experience or Scouting background is required, just the capacity to spend a few hours a week helping young people to acquire life skills. If you would be interested in helping, please email email@example.com
The Club House is used by several local groups and can also be hired for private parties.
Please follow this link for more information about Trentham Scouts: https://trenthamscouts.org.uk/