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Spies keeping secrets at First Gedney Cubs

If you were looking for a future James Bond, there were 10 likely candidates at First Gedney Cubs.

The cubs turned themselves into spies for two meetings, trying invisible writing with a number of substances including vinegar, lemon juice and milk.

They also made themselves passports in preparation for future spying activities.

Leader Janet Foster said: "Some of them looked more like Al Capone than spies, but everyone had a good time!"



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