After a busy weekend at the Scout Association AGM I launched straight into the week with a busy evening of meetings.
As County Commissioner of Solihull I am often asked to present awards and speak at County events. In the early days I would fly by the seat of my pants quickly learning that good public speaking needs a clearer message than can be delivered through the medium of umm’s and stagnant pauses as I think about what to say next and I now plan in advance.
At the first County Exec of 2014 last night Paul our camp leader unveiled the plans so far to the meeting. I’m pleased to say it’s looking really good. Not only are we on a site inside the County, but the beginnings of the programme are looking awesome, with plenty for everyone to do.
Sometimes your friends can ask you to some really really silly things, but you just can’t help yourself and for some reason find your way to an empty Jamboree campsite with 10 other crazy folk for over a week of non-stop adventures.
A few days ago the official announcement that I was to succeed Katy Sara as CountyÂ Commissioner of Solihull was made (more on that later). And apart from some admin and paperwork I pretty much thought nothing would happen until after Christmas. So when the invite to join the 1st Solihull Nelson Sea Scouts for their […]