Boys from the 22nd North Leeds cub pack descended upon the Queenshill estate equipped with forks, spades and trowels, in a bid to give something back to the community. A balding patch of grass around the Leeds Jewish Housing Association notice board became the target for a cub scout makeover as the boys transformed it into an array of colour. Leaders commented ‘This provided an excellent opportunity for the boys to help other people and do a good turn, which is part of the cub scout law’. It also helps brightens up the estate for the Queenshill residents. The boys were all incredibly proud of the end result and left with a sense of achievement’.
Following advice from both the police and CST, LJHA has recently completed a thorough audit of the... more