THREE youngsters have achieved top awards with the 10th Huddersfield Scout group.
Beaver Katie-Louise Sanderson received a bronze award and cubs Adam Palmer and Rebecca Thompson received silver awards.
The bronze award is the top accolade for Beavers and silver is the highest award in Cubs. Gold awards are given to Scouts and Explorers can go on to achieve Scouting's highest honour, the Queen's Scout Award.
To earn her award, Katie took part in a Beaver fun day at Bradley Woods, experimented with tie-dyeing and took part in French-themed evenings and a mini-Olympic games.
Adam took part in three overnight stays - both camping and in the Scout hut - at Paddock. He has also represented the Paddock Cubs in the Scout district chess competition and safety competition.
He went canoeing and abseiling and golfing on an indoor driving range. He had to complete a personal challenge, which was to gain a karate belt and take part in karate competitions.
Rebecca took part in a sponsored walk and helped to run a Cub meeting with fellow `sixers', which are Cubs that help the leaders look after the group. She also took part in an outdoor camping event at Blackhills campsite in Bingley and completed artist and home-help badges.