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appears to Increas rather than diminishing. The Jamboree. T hear that Brigadier-General Godfi Faussett, who is leader of i British Empire contingent to the i Scout Jamboree—to be held in Hunga —is already out there making a persoi inspection of the camp.
03 May 1933 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
GATHERING OF SCOUTERS AND ROVERS.

GATHERING OF SCOUTERS AND ROVERS.

began with a Scouts own service, conducted by Brig.-General Godfrey Faussett. who gave address on the Scout law Scout is friend to animals." This was followed by address on " Sea Scouts" by Commander Gordon, lof the Ist Brighton Sea Scouts[/b
08 April 1933 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
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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
 
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the scout movement. It was quite time that definite rules should be laid down on this important matter. Scouters will find the article In the January of the "Scouter." written by the Headquarters Commissioner for Training, E. G. Godfrey- Faussett, " Scout
04 February 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SCOUT COMMISSIONERS AT TUNBRIDGE WELLS.

SCOUT COMMISSIONERS AT TUNBRIDGE WELLS.

Chief from Glllwell Park. Mr. Wilson was assisted by Brigadier- General Godfrey Faussett, C.8.. C.M.G., Headquarters Commissioner for the Training of Officers. Among those who attended were Admiral Sir George Hope. K.C.8.. K.C.M.G.; Commander L. M. Gordon
20 January 1933 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
HARTFIELD WEDDING.

HARTFIELD WEDDING.

Course conducted by Mr. J. S. Wilson, the Camp Chief from GUlwell Park. Mr. Wilson was assisted by Brigadier- General Godfrey Faussett. C.8., C.M.G., Headquarters Commissioner for the Training of Officers. Among those who attended were Admiral Sir George Hope
20 January 1933 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
MILITARY BALL AT DUDLEY. "A" Company's Enjoyable Annual "There are three motives which prompt man to endure the agonies of

MILITARY BALL AT DUDLEY. "A" Company's Enjoyable Annual "There are three motives which prompt man to endure the agonies of

conference lectures on Scouting in Norway. Palestine, n r i g .. which showed the great hold that the 'morewas held. The subject dealt with wan Jernsalem. Canada and Mist tuba. all "Training," the chief speaker being Oen. E. tiodfrcy Faussett, C. 8.. C.M.D.,
15 December 1932 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
WINIFRED SHOTTER OWEN THE

WINIFRED SHOTTER OWEN THE

child received the names Thomas Fermor. The godparents were Mr. Charles Dymoke-Oreen. Mr. Richard Sayers, Miss Mary Godfrey- Faussett and Miss Mary Chubb. Johnston, the Tonbridge Freshman, and a relative of Mr. W. Wearing, of Tunbridge Wells, was one of the
09 December 1932 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
Newarke Wall after a stou LEICESTER'S BIG CONTINGENT AT THE ROVER MOOT

Newarke Wall after a stou LEICESTER'S BIG CONTINGENT AT THE ROVER MOOT

-Colonel G. Walton, Headquarter'S Commissioner for Rovers, and Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett, Headquarter's Commissioner for the training of Scout Officers. At each session a must useful, interesting and instructive discussion took place. These
07 May 1932 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
'PHONE AND TYPEWRITER

'PHONE AND TYPEWRITER

The afternoon session was taken by Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett, the H.Q. Commissioner for the Training of Officers. Colonel Wheatley attended the Rovers' Camp Fire on Saturday night and was presented with the Rovers' " Thanks Badge.' A — spec
06 May 1932 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England