Stamford scouts raise £3,000 for a new headquarters by taking part in a virtual fun run
Scouts took to the streets over the weekend to kick-start their fundraising for a new headquarters.
Ten-year-old Adam Warren, from 2nd Stamford Town Scouts, organised a virtual fun run.
Beavers, cubs, scouts and leaders were challenged to run one, three, five or 10km with prizes on offer for the best times, the best costume and the individual and family who raised the most money.
Each runner received a goodie bag sponsored by Jaffa Fruit, Rachel Persani Body Shop Consultant and Marcia May Mini.
The run raised £3,027 which will go towards the £1m target.
The group unveiled its plans to build a new headquarters in Empingham Road last week. The facility will be opened up for use by the wider community.
Seven-year-old Seren Tressider-Walton said: "‘I really enjoyed taking part in the fun run.
"My family and I are going to do it more often because we all had great fun."
The fun run winners were: Pre-Beavers 1km - Jack Epps; Beavers 1km - Ethan Young; Beavers 3km - Ella Scholes and Rhys Isaac; Beavers 5km - Florence Brookes; Cubs 1km - Daniel Headley; Cubs 3km - Sophie Willing and Eric Burrows; Cubs 5km - William Farrer and Millie Scholes; Scouts 5km - Adam Warren, Niamh Glasswell and Polly Parry-Arch; Scouts 10km - Arthur Wilson; Adult 5km - Nicola Graham and Dave Farrer; Adult 10km - Paul Scholes and Emma Price; Best fancy dress - Ted Stainsby; Most sponsorship raised - the Epps family, Fletcher Jones and Pauline Jones.