Royston beavers make toy donation to Syrian refugees

08:49 22 February 2014

The First Royston Beavers with some of their donated toys

The First Royston Beavers with some of their donated toys

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Beavers in Royston have been collecting toys for refugee children in Syria.

The members of the 1st Royston Beaver colony have been donating toys and games to the Toys for Smiles campaign, a National Scout and Guiding Fellowship initiative.

Group leader Tim Mitchell said: “The aim is to help put a smile on the face of Syrian refugee children.”

The colony is looking for toys including any types of sports equipment, board games, building blocks, crayons, colouring books, pencils, toy vehicles and toy instruments.

To make a donation, visit www.1stroystonscoutgroup.org.uk

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