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SCOUTMASTERS IN

SCOUTMASTERS IN

Rover Scouts took advantage the visit of the Camp Chief to the county. The programme consisted of a camp fire on Saturday evening and early Communion at St. Anne's on Sunday morning, followed by Scout service, when Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett spoke
17 April 1937 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, 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
 
NEW HEADQUARTERS

NEW HEADQUARTERS

for the 4th Uckfield (Holy Cross) Scouts' Group. Mrs. Lamach Nevill, who was to have performed the ceremony, was unable to be present through indisposition, and her place was taken Mrs. Godfrey Faussett. wife of the Scouts' Commissioner for East Sussex.
19 March 1937 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, 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
 
•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
 
SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION

SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION

SCOUTS AND THE CORONATION GENERAL COOFREY-FAUSSETT 014 “THE BIGGEST THING.” Speaking at Boy Scout meeting at Brighton, Brig-General F. O. Godfrey- Faussett, Hadlow Down, the Assistant County Commissioner, observed that the King had especially asked tha
06 November 1936 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS

ral Godfrey Faussett told the meeting that it was the special wish of the King that the souvenir programmes the forthcoming Coronation should be distributed all over the country by Scouts, and accordingly it was decided that local Scouts should be present
31 October 1936 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
DISTRICT SCOUTS

DISTRICT SCOUTS

al Godfrey Faussett told the meeting that it was the special wish of the King that the souvenir programmes of the forthcoming Coronation should be distributed all over the country by Scouts, and accordingly it was decided that local Scouts should be present
30 October 1936 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HIRE SERVICE

HIRE SERVICE

Godfrey- Faussett (county commissioner for training), and Mr. C. H. Mance (hon. secretary of the local branch of the Boy Scouts' Association). Mr. Hole, after emphasising that sea scouting was not a separate movement, said that this side of scouting wa
26 September 1936 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England