SCOUTS in Huddersfield are being invited to reveal how they have used their DIY skills to make a difference to their community, in return for a cash prize.
WD-40, the multi-use product, has announced a nationwide competition to support its sponsorship of the Scout Association’s DIY Activity Badge with a cash prize for the winning troop.
Scout Groups across the UK are invited to tell about community clean-up projects, such asŠ cleaning up a local park, or redecorating and freshening up a community centre.
The winning group will be awarded £500 to use for equipment, materials or resources for their group.
WD-40’s senior brand manager, Neil Gow, says: “We know there are many Scout Groups up and down the country that are making a big difference in their community using their Scouting and DIY skills to help others. We want to celebrate those good examples and reward the youngsters for their efforts.”
Scout groups wishing to enter the competition can email WD40@connect-group.com or call 01902 714957 to explain their clean up or community project.