In Oxfordshire we have annual celebrations to recognise young people achieving the top awards in their Scouting section. As Oxfordshire Scouting say: "Recognition is a great way for us to celebrate young people in Scouting achieving top awards, and our annual awards day is focused on rewarding young people for their continued and committed efforts in achieving their award."
This year the celebration had to be virtual because of the pandemic, but that's good progress from last year's -- that had to be postponed until now. And the County team did a great job (as usual) - we 'met' the Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire; Tim Kidd, the UK Chief Commissioner; and we saw a presentation from the Chief Scout, Bear Grylls.
Because last year's celebration had to be postponed, a double batch of Eynsham Beavers were having their achievements recognised. So congratulations to: