Following our cycle challenge in the summer, Cherokee Cubs have been down to Humber Rescue to hand over the money we raised. They were also lucky enough to get on the boat for a look around.
Cherokee Cubs were very proud to present volunteers at Humber Rescue with £155.02 from their Cycle the Humber Challenge. They, along with other members of Hessle Scout Group, are hoping to raise lots more at their next challenge at Hessle Feast.
Well done to all the Cherokee Cubs and Leaders that took part in our ‘Cycle The Humber’ challenge today – and also their family members, Beavers, Apache and Navajo Scouts that joined us too. Together we cycled 181 miles (way over our 115 mile target), and raised £155.02 for Humber Rescue.
As part of their World Challenge badge Hessle Beavers have to meet someone who serves in the local community – and who better than the fantastic guys at Humber Rescue. Beavers got to try on some of the equipment, find out how they use their radios, and best of all sit on the lifeboat.
This week as part of their Local Knowledge Activity Badge, the older group visited Humber Rescue Lifeboat Station. They got to look round all the boats, ask lots of questions and even try some of the equipment on.