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COVID cancellations can't dampen the spirits of Lanarkshire Scouts

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A group of Lanarkshire scouts refused to let coronavirus cancellations dampen their spirits recently as they rounded off the year in style.

The 113th Scout Group in Burnside had to postpone their Christmas parties due to the rapid spread of the omicron variant of the virus.

That news came just days after Beavers, Cubs and Scouts all celebrated great voluntary service when five of their leaders were presented with long service certificates by District commissioner Eddie O’Rourke.Head over to our new Lanarkshire Live Facebook page to make sure you're up to date with the top stories in the regionAileen Newton has been a key member of the leadership team of the Beaver Scouts for over 15 years, stepping up to become the section leader in 2019

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