SCOUTS in Upper Beeding and Bramber were challenged to wear their scarves out and about for World Scout Scarf Day.
Everyone from leaders down to Beavers at 1st Beeding and Bramber Scout Group was asked to wear the group scarf in public on August 1.
Cub Leader Helen Cosham said: “They were seen at Washbrooks Farm, Splashpoint, the hospital x-ray department, Steyning ricket field, Hurlands Farm in Selham on Scout summer camp and a beach hut in Hove.”
She explained all those involved in Scouting worldwide were encouraged to wear their group scarves for the day.
“This is an annual event, which started in 2007, the 100 years of Scouting. It was to make Scouting visible,” she added.
West Sussex Scouts’ management team said it had decided to embrace the spirit of the day and members all over the county had joined in by wearing their scarves.
The team at 1st Beeding and Bramber Scout Group is always on the look out for leaders’ help, in particular for the every-growing number of Beavers.
There are also spaces for both Cubs and Scouts. Contact Helen on 01903 813050 or 07761848212 for more information.