Reduce your carbon footprint and help 2nd St Neots Scout Group
2nd St Neots Scout Group is raising funds by asking its supporters to recycle cartridges, phones and consumer gadgets.
Your used ink and toner cartridges could raise up to £2.75 each, and phones and unused cartridges up to £50.
We are using a great website called easyfundraising to help raise money for 2nd St Neots Scout Group – simply by shopping online.
easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into FREE donations when you use easyfundraising to shop with over 3,500 retailers such as Amazon, eBay, Expedia, Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Argos, M&S, NEXT and Booking.com. The retailers then make a small donation to say ‘thank you’ and easyfundraising gives those free funds to 2nd St Neots Scout Group.
Please register using this unique link – just search for ‘2nd St Neots Scout Group’ and click ‘support us’ –
Plus, once you’ve signed up and raised £5 in donations, easyfundraising will give us an extra £5 donation.
You can also download the easyfundraising app for iPhone, iPad, and Android and get if you think you might forget to shop each time via easyfundraising then the Donation Reminder will help you. It provides a little reminder every time you shop online.
There’s no catch or hidden charges and 2nd St Neots Scout Group will be really grateful for your donations.
This year marked the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One and 2nd St Neots Scouts, Cubs and Beavers were very proud to once again be a part of the town’s Remembrance Parade on Sunday November 9th 2014. A two-minute silence was observed and wreaths were laid at the War Memorial in the grounds of The Chapel of St Mary the Virgin, followed by a service in the chapel.
More pictures of the day can be seen in our gallery.
Picture: War Memorial in the grounds of The Chapel of St Mary the Virgin, St Neots
We are very happy to announce that we were asked to attend the St Neots Annual Town Council meeting last week at the Priory Centre. As part of a presentation to his chosen charities we received a very generous donation from the Mayor himself.
A huge thank you to Councillor Andrew Hansard from all of us!!!!