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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
 
WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil

WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil

WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil The hrst world Rover Sco : it nicot at Kani ^ r stcg . Switzerland , is now in full swing . The s : f part of the sojourn . of these young men of £ nations in tlii ~ beautiful i 5 wis = vallev was
04 August 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE MID-SUSSEX TIMES—TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1931

THE MID-SUSSEX TIMES—TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1931

HAYWARDS HEATH BOY SCOUTS. HEADQUARTERS HUT OPENED BY MRS TRUMBLE. The Haywards Heath Group of Boy Scouts, which has made rapid progress since Mr. H. A. Randall was appointed Scoutmaster in March, 1930, reached
12 May 1931 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
CROWBOROUGH.

CROWBOROUGH.

Scoutmaster, on behalf of the Scouts, Rovers and Assistant Scoutmaster, and it consisted of a large scouting knife with a chain attached. In performing the ceremony, Mr. Smalley referred to Mr. Turk’s valuable services in scouting in the locality, and said
29 May 1931 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
HELPING THE LEGION, FETE AT FRAMFIELD VICARAGE.' A garden fete was held on Monday at the Vicarage, Framtield, kind permission

HELPING THE LEGION, FETE AT FRAMFIELD VICARAGE.' A garden fete was held on Monday at the Vicarage, Framtield, kind permission

the prizes. BOY SCOUTS. NEW TROOP FOR UCKFIELD. The Boy Scout movement in Uckfield has received a decided fillip by the formation a troop of Scouts and a Wolf Pack at St, Michael’s School, to known as the Uckfield. The investure the Scouts and Cubs too
29 May 1931 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
entertainment and fun at

entertainment and fun at

originality in Scout shows, but never before have the Mid-Sussex Troops given such an entertaining display. At the close Mr. Hardy announced that THE COI NTY FLAG, ROCKET LET OFF ilin-r o'clock was the signal for a rush in lo the Rovers. Scouts and Cubs to
07 July 1931 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
FIVEWAYS TUNBRIDGE WELLS

FIVEWAYS TUNBRIDGE WELLS

Scoutmaster, and it consisted of large scouting knife with a chain attached. In performing the ceremony, Mr. referred to Mr. Turk’s valuable services in scouting in the localit} , and said his wonderful handling ot the Scouts at the Whit-Monday rally drew adm
29 May 1931 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

the King's Scout Roll again, which should become considerably larger after the experiences gained at camp. I am reminded of the fact on learning that apparently Welshmen can leave us cold, for the find Llandaff Troop bas seven King Scouts and a Gold Cord
08 August 1931 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PROGRESS OF THE MOVEMENT.

PROGRESS OF THE MOVEMENT.

Crystal Palace, when they an assembly 10.000 Scouts, while in 1911 they had great rally Windsor Park, when 40,000 were assembled- The policy the Chief Scout and the publication of his famous book. "Scouting for Boys," were commented upon, and he referred
03 April 1931 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
:6?1'3.£6

:6?1'3.£6

harm thm hmart What The Scouts Saturday—that is our first three days. Again on the following Friday, the last whole day of the Moot, the conference was addressed, the presence of the Chief Scout of All the World, the Chief Scout of Switzerland (Major Walter
21 August 1931 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England