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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


About 2,000 Rover Scouts (young men of 17 over belonging to the Scout movement) in charge of Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett (Boy Scouts Headquarters Commission for Training) will represent Great Britain the First World Rover Scout Moot to
04 July 1931 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England