ABOVE: Braughing Scout band arriving at Ware Priory
More than 200 Scouts, Guide and Explorers in Ware have been marked St George's Day with a series of good deeds...
They helped to dredge the river for rubbish, removed graffiti and planted flowers on the corner of Priory Street, before parading through the town.
Hundreds of Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and Leader marched along the High Street to Ware Priory, after services in two of the town's Churches.
Meantime, the St George's Cross will be flying in Welwyn Garden City this morning (April 23rd 2012)...
Dignitaries are raising the flag above the council offices at the Campus from 10.30am.
(BELOW: Brownies marching in the parade through Ware)
(BELOW: Crowds at The Priory)
(BELOW: Scouts digging a new flower bed in Priory Street)
(BELOW: Trailer with rubbish dredged from the river with leaders Christine, Tim and Keith looking on)
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