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The Camp Chief of Gliwcil Park. Mr. J. S. Wilson visited Kibblestone Scout Camp yesterday. He is seen here with Mr. L. G. Tomlinson. Acting Camp Chief (left). and Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, Commissioner for the Training of Officers (right), inspecting the notice board.

The Camp Chief of Gliwcil Park. Mr. J. S. Wilson visited Kibblestone Scout Camp yesterday. He is seen here with Mr. L. G. Tomlinson. Acting Camp Chief (left). and Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, Commissioner for the Training of Officers (right), inspecting the notice board.

Chief of Gliwcil Park. Mr. J. S. Wilson visited Kibblestone Scout Camp yesterday. He is seen here with Mr. L. G. Tomlinson. Acting Camp Chief (left). and Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, Commissioner for the Training of Officers (right), inspecting
23 June 1930 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SCOUT ATHLETES. Rally and Sports at Cross-in-Hand. POLEGATE TROOP’S SUCCESS. Boy Scouts and Wolf Cubs made merry at Cross-m-Hand on

SCOUT ATHLETES. Rally and Sports at Cross-in-Hand. POLEGATE TROOP’S SUCCESS. Boy Scouts and Wolf Cubs made merry at Cross-m-Hand on

SCOUT ATHLETES. Rally and Sports at Cross-in-Hand. POLEGATE TROOP’S SUCCESS. Boy Scouts and Wolf Cubs made merry at Cross-m-Hand on Saturday when Mr. »? d rB iV° - H. Swann placed the grounds at Holbrook at the drsposal of No. 3 District of the East Sussex
03 August 1934 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SCOUTS* AND GUIDES* DISPLAYS. INTIRUTINO OROWBOROUQH WHITSUN RVBNT. ® r Scouts Sad Girl Guides stUohed to the troops and companies

SCOUTS* AND GUIDES* DISPLAYS. INTIRUTINO OROWBOROUQH WHITSUN RVBNT. ® r Scouts Sad Girl Guides stUohed to the troops and companies

national Anthem. This was Carrie 1 out with the Guides and Scouts standing to attention in large enclosure, amongst those present being Brig.-General E, Godt ey-Faussett, of U-dlow Down, vho is the Scouts’ Headquarters Commissioner for Training, Lady Butler
29 May 1931 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SEA scouts

SEA scouts

, Rye scouts’ Association), Mr. A. Kerr, ° number of Scouts and young interested in the scheme. Hole, in an explanatory address, ’a that Sea Scouts had to be able to m and had to be over 12 years of « Boats used had to be approved by Sea Scouts’ Commit
25 September 1936 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
AIMS AND OBJECTS OF THE SCOUT MOVEMENT.

AIMS AND OBJECTS OF THE SCOUT MOVEMENT.

for Scouters. Sea Scouts, llecp Sea Scouts, the work among the blind, deaf. lame and mentally deficient, and in some cases in prisons, and also Post Scouts' work. Turning to the international side of the movement. General Godfrey-Faussett said everyone
13 February 1934 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS "LAY" MEMBERS PROPOSED FOR ASSOCIATION The proposal that "lay" or non- Scouting members Join Rye and District Boy Scouts' Association was made at the association's annual general meeting in Mermaid-street Schools, Rye, Wedpresident, Lady
31 October 1936 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS “LAY” MEMBERS PROPOSED FOR ASSOCIATION The proposal that lay or non- Scouting members join Rye and District Boy Scouts’ Association was made at the association’s annual general meeting in Mermaid-street Schools, Rye, on Wednesday evening
30 October 1936 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION

SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION

SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION GENERAL COOFREY-FAUSSETT 014 “THE BIGGEST THING.” Speaking at Boy Scout meeting at Brighton, Brig-General F. O. Godfrey- Faussett, Hadlow Down, the Assistant County Commissioner, observed that the King had especially asked tha
06 November 1936 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
SCOUTS IN PRISON! ANNUAL RALLY AT LEWES

SCOUTS IN PRISON! ANNUAL RALLY AT LEWES

SCOUTS IN PRISON! ANNUAL RALLY AT LEWES A number of Scouts were detained in the cells of the old Lewes Naval Prison on Saturday and Sunday. They were not very much concerned, however, as it was only for the annual rally of East Sussex Scouts and Scouters
03 April 1936 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To Help the Scouts

To Help the Scouts

To Help the Scouts In another column of this issue is an article entitled " The Game Scouting," written by Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, and as it seems to be of a genera! rather than local nature, some " Observer " readers may wonder why it appears
09 May 1936 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England