Youngsters scout for clean streets
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EAGER beavers banded together to help clean up the streets in Colnbrook - and came a step closer to picking up a new badge in the process.
Beavers and cubs from 1st Colnbrook Scout Group scoured the streets from St Thomas' Church, in Vicarage Way, to High Street, on Wednesday.
The 20-strong team of six to 10-year-olds filled 10 black sacks with litter in an attempt to earn their environmental partnership award.
Alasdair Garbett, group scout leader, said: "The children really enjoyed it. We worried that they wouldn't be that up for it, but they really got stuck in."
To gain the award, the youngsters will take part in another village clean-up on Wednesday and will hear a talk on recycling.