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SCOUT GATHERING AT LEWES.

SCOUT GATHERING AT LEWES.

SCOUT GATHERING AT LEWES. Boy Scouts from Kent and Cast Sussex attended Rover*' Moot at Lewes during the week-end. There was gathering about 180. among the officers present being Brigadier-General E. Q. Oodfrey- Faussett, Headquarter* Comml»*ioner for
13 April 1934 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
SCOUT NEWS DUKE MADE PRESIDENT IN SUSSEX.

SCOUT NEWS DUKE MADE PRESIDENT IN SUSSEX.

Imm- Ingham to-day (Friday) for the Sweden Rover Moot. The leader of the British Contingent is Brigadier-General Godfrey- Faussett. ,
26 July 1935 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
SCOUTING IN SUSSEX

SCOUTING IN SUSSEX

followed by camp fire, which was conducted by Camp Fire Leader E. R. Hooker, and was opened Brig.-General Godfrey- Faussett. In Sussex the Scout Movement has ordered 13,000 Coronation Programmes and will do their beat to dispose them and swell the funds of
16 April 1937 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SCOUTERS IN PRISON ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT LEWES Scouts have to be prepared ' deal with most situations, but when on

SCOUTERS IN PRISON ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT LEWES Scouts have to be prepared ' deal with most situations, but when on

Wilson (headquarters camp chief), fallowed bv talk Scout law by Brig.-General Oodfre Faussett. The Mayor of Lewes (Aider man E. T. Hall) was present at thi afternoon session when Mr Wilsoi spoke on old Scouts and how ge them back into the movement. Th confere
16 April 1937 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SCOUT NOTES

SCOUT NOTES

institution. The evening programme opened with a number country dances under the able leadership of Brig.-General G. Godfrey- Faussett. after which places were taken in readiness for the Camp Fire. this time the numbers had been considerably augmented by the
13 April 1935 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
THE SCOUTS' COMING-OFAGE JAMBOREE

THE SCOUTS' COMING-OFAGE JAMBOREE

[Godfrey Faussett, and it will be divided into ten sub-camps of 3000 Scouts. Each sub-camp will be sub-divided into blocks of 500, made up of 10 groups of 50. Fife will send 154 Scouts to take part in the second week of the jamboree. These Scouts will
19 December 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PLANES FOR BOY SCOUTS

PLANES FOR BOY SCOUTS

aerobatics and autoruatic control In commenting upon Mi.. year'!; camp, Brigadier-General E. C. Godfrey- Faussett, leader of the England and Empire Scouts, says: " The ground lit Godollo is exceflent. Plenty of room. so divided by woods and trees that each
29 July 1933 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
UCKFIELD SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION

UCKFIELD SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION

other directions they would not forget the Boy Scouts, who could not carry on without their moral and financial support. He welcomed the new District Commissioner, and thanked Brigadier- General Godfrey Faussett for all he done for the Association during
03 November 1939 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SUSSEX AND BOY SCOUTS' FUND

SUSSEX AND BOY SCOUTS' FUND

opportunity for the people of Sussex to do their good turn for the Scouts. The Mayor and Mayoress took tea with the Duke. and among the company were Brigadier - General Godfrey - Faussett and Brigadier-General Welch, respectively Assistant County Commissioners
18 May 1938 - Worthing Gazette - Worthing, Sussex, England
 
Tonbridge and District Rovers held their first dinner at Aplin’s Cafe last Friday, over 40 being present. Photo; B. C. Flemons. SCOUTING ANNUAL MEETING OF DISTRICT ASSOCIATION

Tonbridge and District Rovers held their first dinner at Aplin’s Cafe last Friday, over 40 being present. Photo; B. C. Flemons. SCOUTING ANNUAL MEETING OF DISTRICT ASSOCIATION

secretary, Mr. E. L. Pormby; executive commlttee; Mr. C. H. Beadnell, Commander M. W. Cooksey, Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett, Mr. F. Coleridge Simpson, Mr. H. O. L. Stack and Mr. C. E. Tolley. The meeting concluded with vote of thanks to the chairman
10 January 1936 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England