The collection of scouting memories will be exhibited there on 3 November when a fireworks display will be held to raise funds for the town’s Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
The hut has been in Cardigan for over 30 years, but the scout movement has existed since the 1920s and currently has around 50 members.
“We not only want to raise awareness of the group by including the visual promotion of the exhibition, we also want to raise funds for the charity as the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are self-funded, said Rebecca Ring, one of the Cub leaders.
“The hut is also situated near the river and we can’t get insurance. The last flooding destroyed our kitchen and although it’s since been replaced it needs further work”.
The fireworks, will be open to the public. Anyone with old photographs or memorabilia will be welcome to call down to the hut on Thursday nights starting at 6.30pm.