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began with Scouts' own service, conducted by Brig.-General Godfrey Faussett, who gave address on the Scout law Scout is friend to animals." This was followed an address on " Sea Scouts" by Commander Gordon, of the Ist Brighton Sea Scouts
07 April 1933 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Council Go Underground—Waterworks Scheme Inspected

Council Go Underground—Waterworks Scheme Inspected

H. S. Read. J.P. (chairman of the Hastings and District Boy Scouts' Association) and Mrs. Read, Mr. H. W. Bothamlev (county secretary) and Brig.-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett. The Scouts and Cubs marched on to the parade ground, headed their colours
09 July 1938 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
PROGRESS OF THE MOVEMENT.

PROGRESS OF THE MOVEMENT.

to their choice. At 10.15 they assembled in the chapel at the prison for the " Scout's Own.” conducted Brig.-General Faussett. Later Mr. Walter Scott, secretary the Scouts Friendly Society, gave a talk on insurance, and Brig.-General Fanssett spoke on
03 April 1931 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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Walter von Bonstctten), and of all the brass hats—the really big brass hats such as Lord Hampton, Brig.-Gen. Godfrey- Faussett, Lieut.-Col. Walton, Mr. Herbert Martin, and representatives of the Rovers of many nations—by Mr. Vernon Bartlett, chief the
21 August 1931 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
Sports And Fun

Sports And Fun

dancing. The event was opened by Ueut.-Col. W. J. Keen, District Commissioner for Scouts and Assistant County Commissioner. who deputised for Brlg.- General Godfrey Faussett, who was unable to be nresent. As for the sports, the racing was good'and competition
12 July 1939 - Eastbourne Gazette - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
THE ROVER MOOT

THE ROVER MOOT

arrangements for the hospitality and entertainment of the distinguished visitors to the Moot, including Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett and Lieutenant-Colonel O. Walton, Headquarters Commissioners, Hr. Griffin. editor of " The Scouter." the County Commissioner
26 April 1932 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
•REAKING DOWN OASTS

•REAKING DOWN OASTS

tiodfrey Faussett, from Imperial Headquarters. said the Chief Scout was et present in India where the movement was making great strides in breaking down caste. The toast of "Our Guests" was given by Ald. Frank H. Jones, chairman of the Birmingham Scout Counci
10 February 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORE OFFICERS WANTED

MORE OFFICERS WANTED

Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett C.8., C.M.0.. said they had a troop of boys and were getting a hut, but the affair was being run single handed. Was it going to fall through if for any reason Miss Wilson had to give up? He thought
19 March 1937 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TRAINING CONFERENCE AT LEWES.

TRAINING CONFERENCE AT LEWES.

Scouters and Cubbers of East Sussex, which was conducted by Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett. C.B , C.M.Q.. Assistant Counter Commissioner for the Training of Scout Officers. The proceedings opened with tea in the Boys' Club at the where a party of over
03 April 1931 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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The third charge was in respect to LS obtained (row • chauffeur who lodged at the same address in New

defence. THE ARROWE JAMBOREE. VISIT BY GENERAL FAUSSETT AND COLONEL WALTON. A visit was pad to Armwe Park, Woodchurch, to-day. by General Godfrey Faumett and Colonel Walton, of the headquarters staff of the Boy Scouts, London, in coanect.on with the arrangements
05 June 1929 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England