Scouts stage a sell-out show and raise £2,000

Salisbury Journal: Scouts stage a sell-out show and raise £2,000 Scouts stage a sell-out show and raise £2,000

FIVE weeks ago 1st Poulner Scout Group and its 210 children and 25 leaders started devising Poulnerama Part II, which was performed over three nights last week to sell-out audiences.

Although the group does a gang show every three years, this was a special one as it was the 30th anniversary of their first gang show, and group Scout leader Colin Andrews was compere of both this one and the one in 1983.

This time lights were by Phil Hoyle, sound by Trevor Heath, piano by Dave Brooks and producer was Dave Brooks.

The show was an eclectic mix of songs, skits, dances and jokes, with a fair amount of men in women’s clothing and vice versa. More than £2,000 was raised towards a new climbing wall to be built in the multi-activity centre next to the Poulner Scout Headquarters.


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