EXPLORER Scouts in North East Wales are asking people to come forward to teach them skills.
The Scouts are one of the biggest providers of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in the region.
As part of the award, Scouts take part in a physical recreation, provide service to their community, complete an expedition and develop a skill.
David Morris, an Explorer Scout leader from Wrexham, said: “Finding places where they can learn skills is a bit of a challenge, so we're asking people to get in touch if they are involved in a club or group, or even as an individual, and could pass on a skill to young people.”
Skills that count for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award are varied.
Examples include fly-fishing, gardening, car maintenance, photography, DIY, drama and music.
Participants have to spend time developing the skill each week for a period of three months or more.
Call David Morris on 07779 272340 or e-mail email@example.com.