Brothers celebrate Scouting award

James and Peter Lamb celebrate their Scouting awards.

James and Peter Lamb celebrate their Scouting awards.

First published in News

TWO brothers have been awarded with the top Scouting Award in their sections.

James and Peter Lamb are both members of the Honeybourne and District Scouting Group.

Nine-year-old James, a cub and pupil at Pebworth First School, recently received the Chief Scout's Silver Award.

This is the highest award a Cub Scout can achieve showing James is creative, fit, has learnt about the world and his community, enjoys exploring the outdoors and keeps his Promise.

Thirteen-year-old Peter, a pupil at Evesham High School, is a Scout and has achieved The Chief Scout Gold Award.

This is the highest award for a Scout and saw Peter cover a similar range of activities to his younger brother, with emphasis on adventure in the outdoors.

To earn one badge, the global challenge badge, Peter organised the Scout programme for half a term, linking with Scouts in Australia and learning about the work of WWF.

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