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SPEND TIME TRAINING"™™”

SPEND TIME TRAINING"™™”

Hill to-day fined £l, with £4 13s. 6d. special costs, for careless driving. . Brig.-Gen. E. G. Godfrey- Faussett, who was Camp Chief of the Boy Scout Jamboree at Birkenhead in 1929, and leader of the British contingent of 4,200 hoys at the World Jamboree
01 June 1942 - Evening Despatch - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S MATCH.

TO-DAY'S MATCH.

Use Y.M.C.A. Boys' Club, Lewes, on Sundior. Attest 110 attended, those present including Mrigadlec•General E. G. Godfrey- Faussett, ea. ellat3. (County Commissioner), Ceionet J. Item, C.1.M.. CALM. (Cos- Oar Mast Sussex) and Mr. P. H. Nov.ifp• ) aster'siondiqu
10 May 1941 - Crawley and District Observer - Crawley, Sussex, England
 
Topics of The Week Summer Hospitality

Topics of The Week Summer Hospitality

Wednesday. There was an attAdance of about 80, including a number of evacuee Scouters and Senior Scouts. Among those present were Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey- Faussett (County Commissioner) and Colonel W. J. Keen, of Eastbourne (Commissioner for East Sussex
09 May 1941 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A WONDERFUL MAN

A WONDERFUL MAN

Ail address was given by the Chief Commissioner > Bug -General O. Godfrey Faussett'. who said I hey thanked for the life their Chief, who was really wonderful man. He felt sure many people did not realise how wonder; til he was. The Chief
24 January 1941 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Scout 1< , 14 Notices The majority of the evacuated Scouts) have now formed combined troop, ol - about 20

Scout 1< , 14 Notices The majority of the evacuated Scouts) have now formed combined troop, ol - about 20

excellent site has been lound for ] »th to hold their summer camp . usual. ; a place recommended to us - ' General Godfrey Faussett. the County Commissioner It about 4;. miles ss w. Uckfield, and about miles from Bexulli The estate much like Ashburnham
17 August 1940 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
TIDEBROOK

TIDEBROOK

District Boy Scouts and Cubs attended a service conducted by the Rt. Rev. C. J. G. Saunders. An address was given by the Rev. R. White (Vicar of Fairwarp and District Commissioner). Others present included Major-General Godfrey Faussett (County Commissioner)
26 April 1940 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, 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
 
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
 
TOUTS’ FETE AND RALLY AT LEWES

TOUTS’ FETE AND RALLY AT LEWES

:‘DnPP®, r. Godfrcy-Faussett 0 mitiussioner of Scouts) . . '■ ), training of boys had ■inti tj?' . eiunatcd as national ,i fete and rally held id District Scouts' ncral Faussett depunho. owing to being Service, was unable •ral Faussett opened nt
30 June 1939 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
YOUNG EASTBOURNE • JUvVns

YOUNG EASTBOURNE • JUvVns

fair and games day. to be held at Prince s Park on July 8, were made. The sports will be opened by Brig.- General Godfrey Faussett. As I told you last week, after the sports there will be displays in the arena from 6.30 “■*. but I omitted to say that it
17 June 1939 - Eastbourne Herald - Eastbourne, Sussex, England