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Scouts deliver Christmas greetings





Mayor of Stratford, Cllr Juliet Short, Stratford Scouts district commissioner, Mike Heyward, and town beadle Emma Sorrell launch the 1st Shottery Scouts’ Christmas post service at the town hall.
Mayor of Stratford, Cllr Juliet Short, Stratford Scouts district commissioner, Mike Heyward, and town beadle Emma Sorrell launch the 1st Shottery Scouts’ Christmas post service at the town hall.

THE popular 1st Shottery Scout Group Christmas card post service will run again this year.

Post boxes have been placed at Tesco, Morrisons, Waitrose, the Co-op, Clopton Road Stores, Shottery St Andrew’s, Fred Winter, the Shakespeare Hospice bookshop, Evesham Place Stories, Briar Croft and Stratford District Council’s Elizabeth House headquarters.

Cards destined for addresses in Stratford town and Tiddington only can be posted up until Friday, 16th December, ready for sorting the following day.

They will be delivered by Christmas Eve. The cost is £1 for four cards or 30p each, with proceeds going to the Scout group’s funds.

Last year over 1,000 cards were posted.

For more pictures from festive events across our oatch, pick up a copy of the Stratford-upon-Avon Herald every Thursday throughout December.



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