The 1st St Neots Scout Group managed to raise over £4,000 at their annual Beer at the Hut Festival.

The Scouts held their three day festival from April 11 to April 13, and it was filled with plenty of beer, cider and gin.

By the end of the festival, the Scouts had sold 90 per cent of the beer, 80 per cent of the gin, and all of the cider.

Lead Volunteer of the 1st St Neots Scouts, Adam Wright, said: "We had an incredible turnout for our family activities, with lots of young people enjoying magic, balloon modelling, making paracord bracelets, biscuit decorating, and fire lighting."

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Now, thanks to all of the hard work from volunteers, sponsors and attendees of Beer at the Hut, the Scouts can put over £4,000 into their funding.

The money raised will go towards delivering adventures and helping the Scouts learn skills for life in St Neots.

There are 130 4-14-year-olds currently at the St Neots Scout Group.

The group have confirmed that they will be planning next year's event soon.