Scouts Stores are proud to introduce a range of products produced in partnership with The Royal British Legion and the Scouts.
50% of the proceeds from the sale of each item will directly benefit The Royal British Legion charity to support the valuable work that they do, with the other 50% going back to UK Scouting.
This 100% cotton, drawcord bag features a large print of a two petal Poppy and the Scouts fleur de lis. Practical and durable and with a capacity of 12 litres it is perfect for carrying items to and from Scout group meetings, or keeping your gym gear in.
The Scouts and The Royal British Legion
As Britain entered the First World War on 4 August 1914, Robert Baden-Powell – founder of the Scout Movement – volunteered Scouts to support the war effort. The skills learned through Scouting proved very useful in carrying out a range of jobs, including working on farms, delivering messages, watching coastlines, fetching hospital supplies, and guarding railway lines.
Since the Scouts were founded in 1910, local Scout groups have taken part in the various volunteering roles within their local communities to support the Legion, including supporting the Poppy Appeal. This partnership will see many collaborative opportunities for the Scouts and the Legion to work together to raise vital funds and awareness for the Armed Forces community.
Taken from The Royal British Legion website VIEW HERE
<li>Size: 46 x 37cm</li>
<li>Capacity: 12 litres</li>
<li>Rope drawcord closure</li>
<li>Material: 100% cotton</li>
<li>Material weight: 140gsm</li>
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