Beavers and Cub Scouts from Higham made fruit kebabs as part of a wellbeing challenge, with produce donated by local independent school, Gad’s Hill.
Working towards their ‘Health and Fitness’ activity badge, members of 1st Higham Beaver and Cub Scouts were tasked with learning about, preparing and tasting different fruits.
Gad’s Catering team donated a selection of fresh seasonal goods to the colony of six to 10-year olds.
1st Higham Beaver and Cub Scouts Leader Andrea Jarman said: “It was extremely kind of Gad’s to help us teach the group about healthy eating by way of their generous contribution.
“The pack was able to try new fruits and learn about how they are grown before each making a fruit kebab to enjoy together.
“As a charitable organisation, we rely on local support like this to assist us in providing fun and practical activities.”
Gad’s Hill catering team cooks hot homemade lunches for the school’s 300 three to 16 year-old students every day of the term, with favourites including steak pie, sticky toffee pudding and of course, the mid-week roast.