Cherokee Cubs took part in UK Parliament Week. Through some games they gained an understanding of what it means to vote, and that women have not always had the right to vote. They then split into their sixes to talk about different sustainable development goals, which the UK along with 193 other countries have committed to delivering. Each six then presented to the rest of the pack on why they thought that £1m should be spent on their project. Everyone took part in a secret ballot to see which project we should support. Clean Water and Sanitation was the winner, which links very well with the Community Impact Project we started earlier in the year. Cubs have now been set the challenge to think of ideas of how we can further help in making this goal happen.