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1 - Cub Scouts in May 1942. Can you spot the Wolf's Head being held on the right
hand side? It has ribbons attached with the boys names, and is on display at our
2 - Scouts May 1942
3 - Scouts Own Parade
4 - Cubs Outing - Looks like West Kirkby baths to me - Open Air and freezing! Anybody
got a better idea?
5 - Cubs Outing on the Mersey Ferry Approx 1950
6 - Just found this one - I think it's Ronnie Titchen, good friend of my brother
7 - Cubs outside All Saints Church Hall late 50's early 60's
8 - Llangollen 1961
9 - Matt Moneypenny taking the Salute at a Scouts Own Parade
10 - Scouts at Oglet 1960
11 - David Moneypenny at a Scouts Own Parade
12 - Matt Moneypenny playing bugle at camp - you can see how much it was appreciated
by the Cub in the bottom right corner!
13 - Matt collects his Woodbadge at Bispham Hall, Billinge in June 1969
14 - Church Parade Day
15 - Scouts Own in Allerton
16 - This is an earlier camp that Ivy Norris had photographs for. I think I can see
Yozzer Hughes serving dinners here!
17 - Billy Cooke with Doris Norgrove. Billy used to lodge with Mrs Sutton in All
Saints Road and was attached to St Christopher's troop, but helped out at All Saints
18 - Jim and Lil Hartley and Ivy Norris
19 - David Norris
20 & 21 - This is the Enrolment Card of Edward (Ted) Chapman who sent me this from
Canada, along with some of the photos here.
22 - Colin Pattison at Cub Scout camp in 1953. Colin kindly sent me the following
5 photographs as well which he reckons were taken on a box brownie!.
23 - Alf Brownrigg
24 - Colin and Alf at kit inspection
25 - First on left is Norman lees, third left is David Smith, followed by Alf Brownrigg
26 - Apparently this is called Peg Out when first time campers were pegged out on
the floor and had shoe polish smeared all over their faces! Oh the joys of Scout
27 - Outdoor bathing at Scout Camp 1953!
28 - My Dad's notes on the cost of taking the pack on a weekend camp at Glazebury
in August 1968.
29 - These notes were for a week's camp at Biggleswade near Bedford in 1968 when
fish and chips for the whole troop cost £1.00!
30 & 31 - Two photos of the Queen's Scout Award's board, one without a flash to show
the Scout's Badge and one with to show the names a bit better.
32 - The Scouts & Guide window in All Saints
33 - Thanks to John Varney for this photo of him at Tawd Vale
34 - Report in the Church magazine of the first Pantomime in the Church Hall
35 & 36 - Programme and a list of cast
37 - Again from the Church magazine, a report on Scouting inn 1945 and a run down
of what each of the uniformed groups have been up to
38 - This appears to be from the opening of the Scout Hut, next to the Church Hall
in March 1946
39 & 40 - More pieces from the Church magazine in 1945 and 1941
41 - Tickets for a Pantomime of Robinson Crusoe in 1942
42 - Programme for the same