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The line-up is , back, from left: Shelly Matley, Beaver Scout leader, Adam and Jenna Keating, assistant Beaver Scout leaders, Seb Thackary-Clarkson, Ben Farrow, Charlie McKenzie, Jed Newby, Aaron Crosbie, Adam Adams, Joseph Murphy and Joshua Fallon
Cecilia Owen, assistant beaver scout leader at the group, said: "Most people are trying to make their money stretch a little bit further these days and we are no exception.
Melody Jones, 23, Beaver Scout Leader for the branch, said a higher number of girls did not change the dynamic of the group.
Henderson, who had seven years experience as a child minder and was also a Beaver Scout leader, claimed Maeve had a seizure while she was changing her nappy.
Deborah Edwards has already been CRB-checked four times previously, when she applied to be a school governor, a Beaver Scout leader, a Sunday School teacher and a holidays guardian for foreign students at a local public school.
The 45-year-old has already gone through the Criminal Records Bureau process four times - once to become a school governor, once as a Beaver Scout Leader, again as a Sunday School teacher and again as a holidays guardian for foreign students staying at a local public school.
She has been a Beaver Scout leader for 22 years and a Sunday school leader for 20.
Byline: Mary Muir MAY I thank Elizabeth Payne, 42nd Beaver Scout Leader, who invited me and my friend Eric B Lachaly to War Memorial Park for the scouts' St George's Day parade.