Fun at 165 Brigade, Plymouth for our Younger Hertoes

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Published on March 19th, 2019 | by Pete Ogburn

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Fun at 165 Brigade Plymouth for our Younger Heroes.   Plymouth Hero Ambassadors led a brilliant craft session for Key Stage One Heroes at 165 Port and Maritime Brigade. The children enjoyed making paper plate creatures; decorated crowns; lollypop stick people and a poppy collage. Each activity was led by the Ambassadors, who chatted to [&hellip

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Fun at 165 Brigade Plymouth for our Younger Heroes.

 

Plymouth Hero Ambassadors led a brilliant craft session for Key Stage One Heroes at 165 Port and Maritime Brigade.

The children enjoyed making paper plate creatures; decorated crowns; lollypop stick people and a poppy collage. Each activity was led by the Ambassadors, who chatted to the children whilst they were crafting.

    

The event was held, by kind permission of the Commanding Officer of 165 Port and Maritime Brigade, in their hall.

Standard bearers (National; Plymouth and Torpoint Nursery and Infant School) were there to parade their standards.

During the event, Captain Rob Gammage presented a cheque, for £300, on behalf of his Masonic Lodge: Sir John Hawkins No 3704. This money will help to sustain events for the Plymouth MKC Heroes Cluster.

Everyone had a great afternoon and, within half an hour of the event closing, Boringdon Heroes lead, Verity, sent this message:

Please pass our thanks to the Ambassadors, 165 Port and Maritime and your team,  from Boringdon, for the event this afternoon. The Ambassadors were amazing, kind, helpful and fun! The girls I brought along had a fantastic time and didn’t stop talking about it the whole way back and, as far as I could see were yapping away to mums about it on the way out of the school gate!

Once again, thank you.


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