Hebden Bridge Cub Scouts were delighted to find many visitors calling in to see them and “bagging a bargain” at their jumble sale earlier this month.
It was held at Hebden Bridge Methodist Church and the cubs put lots of effort into ensuring the event was an enjoyable success, raising money for their pack and also to help vulnerable children.
The cubs worked tirelessly to plan for the event, and did everything from designing the poster, collecting toys and clothes to sell, and running the stalls on the day. Callers included the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Coun Jonathan Timbers, who congratulated the cubs on their efforts.
The event raised more than £400, and The Children’s Society has been given £200, to support abused and neglected children in England.
The group would like to thank everyone who came along and supported the event and are now looking forward to celebrating their first successful fundraising event with a Laser Quest trip out.