Congratulations to our Scouters who were presented with their ‘Wood Beads’ at last weekend’s 85th Anniversary Group Weekend in Faithlegg.
Our Scout Centre at Faithlegg, Co. Waterford has seen a huge amount of campcraft and pioneering over the years. To keep our timber in top shape we have just acquired a new timber store. Pioneering is as important today as it was in BPs day – why?: It constitutes a clear exposition
Above: Members of the 3rd Macaoimh march on our Faithlegg Scout Centre to plant trees in April 2009. Owen Riordan, Group Leader would like to express his gratitude on behalf of all at the De La Salle Scout Group for the support from the Waterford community during their local flag day.
The De La Salle Scout Group would like to express its sincere gratitude to Waterford County Council for its support in installing new fencing on the road boundary at our Faithlegg Scout Centre. The Fencing has been very badly needed for some years but due to the high cost the Group
Pictured below are members of the 3rd De La Salle Macaoimh pack who recently planted no less than one hundred trees at our scout centre in Faithlegg. The tree planting was to celebrate 100 years of Irish scouting and will go towards the pack members earning their centenary badge.
Pictured above are Mary Winter, David Collins and Darragh Quinlan from the De La Salle Scout Group with Cha O’Neill from Waterford City Council and other supporters from Down Syndrome Ireland. The group were at Waterford City Hall to launch the De La Salle Scout Group’s support for Down Syndrome