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  1. Scouting and Guiding in Singapore: The Singapore Scout Association, President's Scout, Cub Scouts, Girl Guides Singapore, Frank Cooper Sands
  2. The Wolf Cub Annual 1957 by Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, 1957-01-01
  3. Sure Pop and the Safety Scouts by Roy Rutherford Bailey, 2010-09-13

21. DDO Scouts-Guides Evening Tour Schedule
27, 2003, 700 pm, Reserved, 250th Brownie girl guides. 2003, 830 pm, Reserved,3rd Aurora Monday Night cubs. Apr 17, 2003, 830 pm, Reserved, 1st CampbellvilleScouts.
David Dunlap Observatory
Schedule of Scouts-Guides (Evening) Tours
Fall 2002 / Spring 2003
Scouts and Guides tours must be booked in advance. For booking information, please see the scouts tour bookings information at the bottom of this page. Fast facts:
  • Time: Thursday evenings
    • usually we'll first look at the DDO's 74-inch telescope (the largest in Canada);
    • if clear, viewing constellations and planets by eye; followed by
    • ~30 minute illustrated presentation in our electronic classroom
  • Capacity: 75 persons
  • Cost: $3 per child, adult chaperones free The tour will last 90 minutes, beginning at the time indicated (generally shortly after sunset). If weather permits, there will be observing. Please encourage your members to bring any binoculars or telescopes they have, as it will enrich the observing experience. And of course, make sure everyone is dressed appropriately for being outside (it generally cools off quickly in the evenings). The tour is mindful of the badge requirements for each group. On a given night, constellations, planets or other objects will be viewed, and some star lore will be related. On cloudy nights, the viewing will be simulated in our electronic classroom.
    Scouts-Guides Tour Schedule *
    Date Time (LT) Status Group Oct 3, 2002
  • 22. Guides & Scouts
    girl guides Kanata Ridge girl guides cubs scouts 4th Kanata Scouting 1st GlenCairn Scout Group 1st Glen Cairn Cub Packs Beaverbrook 1st Kanata Group 1st



    Community Directory
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    Links of the Week Traffic Web Cam Kanata Youth Centre Neighbourhood Watch Kanata Girl Guides ... ut Kanata
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    Other services Kanata Chamber
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    Government Our Site is Undergoing an overhaul. During this transition we have opted to remain online rather than shut down our services. Please be patient. Girl Guides Kanata Ridge Girl Guides 4th Kanata Scouting 1st Glen Cairn Scout Group 1st Glen Cairn Cub Packs Beaverbrook 1st Kanata Group 1st Dunrobin Scout Grou Bridlewood 3rd Kanata Scout Group March Rural Cubs and Scouts 16th West Carleton Sparks Unit Use this site to: Keep our Identity and spirit alive!

    23. Kidz Konnection Hong Kong
    girl guides Association of Hong Kong Telephone 2332 5523 ext 807 scouts, Beaversand cubs Telephone 2377 3300 girls scouts Association (USA) Telephone 2813

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    Golf ... Other Sports Excursions Beaches Cinemas Museums Parks ... Other Excursions Information Charities Hospitals Libraries Media ... Useful Contacts Kidz Konnection Bibliography Contact Us You are here: Home Guides and Scouts Contact Numbers Girl Guides Association of Hong Kong Telephone: 2332 5523 ext 807 Scouts, Beavers and Cubs Telephone: 2377 3300 Girls Scouts Association (USA) Telephone: 2813-6561 Fax: 2813-9567 Email: Site by Lx Web Design

    24. Ladybird Books - Series 706 - Scouts
    This compact series started in 1970, featuring cubs scouts. A little later,Brownies were added and as a seeming afterthought, girl guides in 1985.
    Cub Scouts 70, 80
    Scouts 71
    Brownie Guides 78
    Girl Guides 85 This compact series started in 1970, featuring Cubs & Scouts. A little later, Brownies were added and as a seeming afterthought, Girl Guides in 1985. The "boys" side of things were written by David Harwood and illustrated by John Berry. They covered the history and the movements from Baden-Powell's days through to modern times. The revised 1980 Cubs book featured a gloss cover, an updated page of proficiency badges and a colour preface illustration and had been subsumed under the "Hobbies" spine series. The Scouts book paints an exciting life, and accurate, if my memory serves! Our little chaps are pictured sailing, swimming, fishing, caving, climbing and go-karting. The cover is another self-referential item, with the scouts closely studying the "Ladybird Book of Trees". An exciting rock/n/roll band is featured on page 20.... Brownie Guides, written by Nancy Scott and illustrated by Bernard Robinson, Eric Winter & John Moyes, featured a (matt) photographic cover and had lost the classic "page of text, page of artwork" format. The artwork is mostly photographs, taken by Moyes, who worked on 19 other Ladybirds, mostly in the "Learnabout" series. Scott had produced a small but impressive list of other books, including The Seashore, Pond Life, Understanding Maps, Horses & Dogs.

    25. Bobcaygeon: Community Organizations
    scouts Boy scouts Beavers Boy scouts cubs Boyd (A Clothing Giveaway Community Carecubs Curling Bobcaygeon Victoria County Genweb Page girl guides girl guides
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    26. Bobcaygeon: Social Organizations
    BOY scouts Wednesday 700 at Trinity United Church September cubs -Thursday 700at United Church September to girl guides -girls 9 - 12 years -Monday 630 at
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    Social Organizations
    Beta Sigma Phi

    Bobcaygeon Senior Citizen's Club

    Boy Scouts
    Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion
    -Tuesday 6:30 at United Church September to May- boys 5-7 years
    -contact Ernie Silhanek (705) 738-4946
    -50 and over, all welcome- friendship and relaxation
    -contact Neita Baker (705) 738-2674 visit our web site BOY SCOUTS -Wednesday 7:00 at Trinity United Church September to June - boys 11 - 14 years -Contact: Al Mcmaster (705) 738-5460 -Visit our web site BROWNIES -Monday 6:30 at United Church September to May - girls 6 - 9 years -Contact Gail Henderson (705) 887-3136 CUBS -Thursday 7:00 at United Church September to May - boys 8 - 11 years - Contact Doug MacIntosh (705) 738-4842 4-H CLUBS -Boys and Girls ages 10 - 21 years. Year round programs offered -Contact Rural Organization Specialist 1-800-461-0329 GIRL GUIDES -girls 9 - 12 years -Monday 6:30 at United Church September to May -Contact Gain Henderson (705) 887-3136 JOY CLUB for Children Grades JK - 6 -Wednesday 6:30 at Fellowship Baptist Church JUNIOR FARMERS -monthly meetings -ages 15 - 30, everyone welcome, (not restricted to farm residents!)

    27. Bollington, Youth Organisations
    Trips and sports competitions. girl guides Association. 1st Bollington St. John’sguides. cubs, 8 10½ years. scouts, 10½ - 15½ years. Venture, 15½ - 20 years.
    Bollington, youth organisations
    Bollington home page Bollington links page Organisations index
    Guides Association
    ... Sea Cadets There is a great deal of choice for the youngsters of Bollington
    Bollington Youth Club
    Secretary: Mrs. M. M. Baron
    21 Greenbank Drive, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5LW
    Tel: 01625-572850 Venue: Water Street School
    Tuesdays and Thursdays 7.30pm to 10.00pm. Pool, table tennis, badminton, darts, games room and video games, TV and music plus coffee bar. Trips and sports competitions.
    Girl Guides Association
    District Commissioner: Mrs. Polly Broadhurst
    3 Wardle Cottages, Ingersley Vale, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5BP
    Tel: 01625-572329 District Commissioner: Pauline Yates
    Tel: 01625-574225 Rainbows 5 - 7 years Brownies 7 - 10 years Guides 10 - 14 years Rangers 14 - 18 years Venture 15½ - 20 years There are no Ranger groups in Bollington.
    1st Bollington (St Johns) Rainbow Guides
    Leader: Alex Douglas-Kane
    Tel: 01625-
    Venue: Lowther Street School, Wednesday at 5.15 to 6.15 pm
    2nd Bollington Rainbows
    Leader: Ruth Clark
    10 Elmsway, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5NP

    28. Scouts
    51, 1968, Maldives, Maldivian scouts cubs, £3.45, £0.00. 063538, 1982, Mauritius,75 Anniv scouts, £1.82, £0.00. 0264-67, 1970, Montserrat, girl guides, £0.44,£0.26.
    SG Number Date Country Title Price Mint Price Used Aitutaki 75th Anniv. Boy Scouts 0437 MS Aitutaki 75th Anniv. Boy Scout Movement Aitutaki Scout Jamboree O/P Anguilla 35th Anniv Girl Guides Anguilla 40 Anniv Scouting Anguilla Anniv. Opt. Anguilla 75th anniv scouts Anguilla 75th Anniv Scouts S/S Anguilla 75th Anniv Guides Antigua World Scout jamboree Antigua Scout Jamboree Jubilee Antigua Scout Jamboree Jamaica Antigua 50th anni Antigua Girl Guides Antigua 50th anni Antigua Girl Guides Antigua 75th anni Boy Scouts Antigua 75th anni Girl Guides Antigua Scout Jamboree Ascension Island Anni Boy Scouts Ascension Island Anni Boy Scouts Ascension Island Girl Guides Australia Scout Jamboree Australia Girl Guides Bahamas World Jubilee Scouts Bahamas Girl Guides Bahamas Scout Jamboree Bahamas 75th anni Girl Guides Bahamas 75th anni Girl Guides Bangladesh First National Scout Jamboree Bangladesh Bangladesh Scout Jamboree Bangladesh 75th Anniv. Boy Scouts Bangladesh 3rd National Scout Jamboree Bangladesh 5th National Rover Scout Moot Bangladesh Asian-Pacific Scout Jamboree Bangladesh 2nd Scout Camp Barbados Barbados Boy Scouts
    Barbados 50 Anniv Girl Guides Barbados Boy and Sea Scouts Barbados Boy and Sea Scouts S/S
    Barbados Diamond Jubilee Scouts Barbados Diamond Jubilee of Guiding Barbados 75 Anniv. Boy Scouts

    29. (almost) All The New Zealand Web Sites You Will Ever Want! PIPERS Page Of New Ze
    Awaroa Venturer Unit. Black Plume cubs. Kotare cubs. Manuka scouts. Boys' Brigade;girls' Brigade; scouts; girl guides; Cadets; Search Rescue; Mediaevalists;
    Bottom of Page PIPERS Home PIPERS New Zealand Pages Home Search This Site ... Add/Submit/Modify a Link
    PIPERS New Zealand Pages
    New Zealand Scouting Web Sites
    This page is regularly updated. However, with over 50,000 links in our NZ pages, maintained on a part-time basis, it is impossible to keep up with all of them. If you find that any of the links are not working, wrongly labelled, or in the wrong place, or if you would like to suggest some useful new links, please let us know so that we can modify the listing. Click here to Email us
    But for information about the contents of this page, don't write to us, follow the links on the page instead.
    Scouting Links

    30. Scouts & Guides At Heatherwood Hospital.
    for a conference on the extension branch of the girl Guide movement and joined theguides when they sang the guides well known scouts and cubs Achievements.
    Fundraising For A Brighter Future
    League of Friends
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    Heatherwood Hospital
    Makes the News 1949 - 1951
    from New Zealand
    The hospital had it’s own scouts and brownies groups founded in 1927 they were an essential part of hospital life and contributed to the well being of the young patients and also raised the profile of the hospital through various events and press stories.
    Children’s Corner By Auntie Pat
    25th February
    At Heatherwood Hospital, Ascot, children are given their lessons whilst lying in bed. This group of children were photographed last week while they were out on the veranda of the hospital in the warm sun. At the school they are taught every lesson from art to Geography. An important part of their lessons is handwork because by doing this kind of work they help themselves to get better more quickly. Most children would envy their short hours in school 9-30 to 11.30 in the morning and 1.30 to 3.30 in the afternoon. But when these lessons are over they cannot run home from school – instead they have to stay in their beds until they go to sleep. Don’t think that this makes them unhappy. Although they must miss this more than anything they keep cheerful by occupying their own minds with reading, model making the wireless and plenty of fun among themselves. Windsor Express 1949
    Guides Visit Hospital Aug 1949
    On Wednesday afternoon delegates in England for a conference on the extension branch of the Girl Guide movement were invited to visit the Guides and Brownies of the 4th Ascot Heatherwood hospital company and pack.

    31. 1st Sun Valley Venturers Scouting Links Page
    Home Page Go To The girl guides of Canada; scouts Canada MANITOBA COUNCIL; ManitobaVenturer Forum with Bulletin Boards for Beavers, cubs, scouts, Venturers
    1st Sun Valley Venturers Scouting Links Page
    This page last updated on April 10, 2001.
    This page is always being revised. Please come again.
    Please e-mail us , as we welcome your suggestions and recommendations. If you know of a related website that we should know about, let us know.
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  • 32. Klondikerules
    must be a registered member of scouts Canada or girl guides of Canada to the second third place teams in each of scouts, Pathfinders, cubs guides
    KLONDIKE DERBY RULES: The following rules apply to all teams .Youth participating in either event must be a registered member of Scouts Canada or Girl Guides of Canada.
    2. Each team must have all the equipment listed.
    3 Scores will be based on the number of nuggets earned, and the total time on the course. Allowance is made for any time lost waiting for a task to be assigned.
    4. The judgement of the Klondike mayors is final.
    5. The lunch stop will be a minimum of one (1) hour . It is important that the team has a substantial hot meal . Leaders must make sure that the team has it's own food. Be sure to include lots of liquid for drinking as the participants may dehydrate on the trail. There is no water available at Camp Amisk .
    6. Only members of the team will assist in the task assigned. Others who help the team will cause the team to lose points. GIVE THE KIDS A CHANCE to work on their own.
    7. Teams consist of eight (8) members. A lesser number is allowed subject to a small penalty. Teams of 5 to 8 are viable.
    9. SCORING: Points are awarded according to the total number of "nuggets" earned, and to the time taken to complete the course. It is usually to your advantage to earn nuggets rather than to finish the course quickly.

    33. Crowthorne And Sandhurst | Club, Society, Association, Clubs, Societies In Crowt
    Dance, Dancing classes and clubs. guides, girl guides, Brownies. scouts, Boy scouts,cubs, Beavers, Venture Scout Units. Sport, Sport, Club, Shop, Sports, Centre.
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    Youth, Club, Activity for Children, Young People Dance Dancing classes and clubs Guides Girl Guides, Brownies Halls for Hire Hall for Hire, Halls for Rent, Community Centre Health Health Club, Shop, Fitness, Centre Leisure Social Club, Community Association or Society Musical Music / Choir / Orchestra Older Persons For older persons find a Social Club, Community Association or Society Political Parties Listing the Liberal, Labour, Conservative political party Scouts Boy Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Venture Scout Units Sport Sport, Club, Shop, Sports, Centre Toddlers Women Club, Society, Activity, Guild, Institute for Women
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    34. Regional Information
    your parent's permission check out scouts Canada's webpage for cubs here. 1420 whoare actively involved in the girl guides of Canada and scouts Canada
    Rovers Welcome to the Youth section. We are delighted that you are a member of a Scouting group in Voyageur Council. Check out some of the cool stuff that you may be doing this year by clicking on your section crest! Friendfest 2003 BRING A FRIEND TO A MEETING … … AND RECEIVE A COOL CREST!!! … AND A CHANCE FOR SOME COOL PRIZES!!!
    • February is Friendfest Month - where you can bring a friend to an activity or meeting Each youth that brings a friend gets a cool crest If your friend decides to join Scouting, you will get your name into a draw for some cool prizes (these registrations must be in the Voyageur Council Office by March 21 with the ballot attached, to be eligible for the draw)
    THANK YOU to everyone who entered our Council Cheer contest !!!
    Welcome to the magical world of Beavers! You’ll have lots of fun in your “Colony”, sharing games, crafts, and plenty of outdoor activities with your new friends. You might even have a family sleep-over. There are other boys and girls just like you in other Beaver Colonies. You will have a chance to meet and play with them this year.

    35. Features
    also had the opportunity of meeting with the scouts in their Scout Den and the cubs.They also met with the guides and Brownies of the Hellenic girl Guide Group
    1st Hellenic Scout Group Visit by the Scouts of Greece ( Please note this page contains photographs so it may take some time to download) On Sunday, 25th July 1999, we had the pleasure of hosting a luncheon for some extremely important guests. They were on their way to the 35th World Scout Conference being held in Durban however they decided to come to South Africa a day earlier. In this way they strengthened the ties of the local Greek Scouts with the Scouts of Greece. Our District Commissioner, Chris Maniakis, met our guests and they were able to visit the 34th Hellenic Scouts who are based in Pretoria. On arrival at 1st Hellenic, Group Scouter, Gregory Valassopoulus met our guests and they were introduced to other distinguished guests. At the luncheon, the DC Chris Maniakis accepted a framed print on one of Lord Baden-Powell's paintings whilst another was presented to Gerard Evans, Assistant Area Commissioner - Scout programs for the Gauteng Area. Each Hellenic Scout Group was presented with the Scouts of Greece flags as well as a flag as used at the last Greek Jamboree.

    36. Anglo Zulu War 1879
    Code = PE Price £53.00 (NEW). cubs and Trolley. guides Marching. So manygirls wanted to become scouts that the girl guides were set up.
    Scouting Index Anglo Zulu War 1879 Boer War 1899-1902 British India 1850 (The Raj) ... How to Order Click on a picture or heading to see a larger image
    Baden Powell and Signals
    The founder and creator of the scout movement, is seen here accompanied by a scout leader and team of signals. Painted in Poole just a ferry ride away from Brownsea Island where they first set up camp. Code = PA Price £49.90 (NEW) Scouts Marching Band Every Parade must have a band and the Scouts are no exception. The drums and bugles play their marching tune to spirit the Parade on. Code = PC Price £49.90 (NEW) Scouts on Bikes Messengers on bicycles string out along the way to keep the sections informed. Code = PE Price £53.00 (NEW) Cubs and Trolley This set will bring back fond memories of grazed elbows to anyone who has ever tried to make a go-kart. Code = PF Price £35.00 (Move from Special Collections) Scouts Ging Gang Goolying! The great creation of “Sir Baden Powell”. The Movement was started after the Great Boer War . Here we have the Troop singing around the camp- fire. This set can be painted to your own uniform requirements on request. “ Any one know the one about ……..”

    37. Poynton Clubs And Societies
    girl guides 9th Poynton, Youth Community Centre, Mrs Horsman, 01625 872 368. scouts,cubs, Beavers, 1st Poynton, Lawrence Place, Mrs. Ann Wood, 01625 874 065.
    LOCAL WebRing About Us Site Search Message Boards Poynton Map ... Click here to add your club/society or to add a description or make a change if it already appears. FOR SPORTS CLUBS CLICK HERE FOR MUSIC GROUPS CLICK HERE GENERAL CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Air Training Corps Lawrence Place, Poynton. Peter Thompson Anglers Club Mr. D Kershaw Anglers Federation Mr. Murphy Archery Mrs Horbury Boy's Brigade Methodist Hall, Civic Area, Poynton. Alan Rashleigh Bridge Club (Duplicate) Poynton Civic Hall Mr.Ron Hulme British Legion British Legion Club Nick Williams Brownies 1st Poynton St. Georges Church Hall Brownies 2nd Poynton Methodist Church Hall Mrs Horsman Brownies 3rd Poynton Methodist Church Mrs Horsman Brownies 4th Poynton St martin's Church Hall Mrs Horsman Brownies 5th Poynton St. Georges Church Hall Brownies 7th Poynton St Paul's Community Rooms Mrs Horsman Brownies 8th Poynton Lostock Hall School Brownies 9th Poynton Mrs Horsman Brownies 11th Poynton Lower Park School Chelford Speakers Club Peter and Dina Levy Cheshire Hell-E-Cats The Cheshire Hell-e-Cats have been established since 1994. It is an R.C. helicopter only club, one of only a few in the U.K.

    38. Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts And Girl Guides
    Countries Equipment Kindred Associations Wolf cubs Publications Finance a sistermovement to that of the Boy scouts. To this we gave the name girl guides. .
    Chapter X
    Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts and Girl Guides
    Part II
    Archives From Baden-Powell
    Lessons from the Varsity of Life, 1933
    Last-Modified: 17 May 1998 King Edward and the Boy Scouts KING EDWARD AND THE BOY SCOUTS After writing my book, Scouting for Boys, I naturally thought that boys' organisations would use it for their work and there would be little more for me to do in the matter. But before very long, in the spring of 1909, I realised that quite outside such organisations, hundreds of boys were forming Scout Troops on their own. So I made up my mind and pushed. This was a bit of a bombshell for me. I saw that I could not do both soldiering and Scouting. I must drop one or the other. But which? From the personal point of view, I was fifty-two and a lieutenant-general, and therefore high up in the professional ladder for my age: at the same time it would be a pity to let this new growth falter and fade, and yet I could see no one who could or would take it in hand just then. As I have said, the King questioned me on this point and knowing that he had fully grasped the idea I put myself in his hands to say which course I should take. Eventually be agreed that the Scout experiment was the more important.

    39. Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts And Girl Guides
    ORIGIN OF BOY scouts AND girl guides. Wolf cubs8 to 11-in Packs composed of sectionsof six under scouts-12 to 17-in Troops composed of Patrols of six to eight
    Chapter X
    Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts and Girl Guides
    Part One
    Archives From Baden-Powell
    Lessons from the Varsity of Life, 1933
    Last-Modified: 17 May 1998 I NOW started on my second life in this world. I had definitely left the Army in 1910. I was now settling down to be a good citizen as a Warden of the Mercers' Company (N.B.-A Mercer, like a poet, is born such, he is not made); and the Boy Scout movement had started itself and was finding its feet far and wide. This, though it promised to be the biggest job of my life, was at the same time the easiest since everybody connected with it met me more than half-way with their keenness. In 1912 all was going smoothly and well when out of the blue an entirely new kind of bomb suddenly caught me in the midriff! DOUBLE HARNESS It was in this way. During my first life I had had my time fairly fully occupied, with little leisure for thinking of such extraneous matters as marriage; indeed, I had been railed by my best friend, "Ginger" Gordon, 15th Hussars, on being a confirmed old bachelor; and when I said that I had no desire to get married and I felt sure that nobody would desire to marry me, he looked at me quizzically for a space and then remarked, with the laugh of one who knew: "You'll get it in the neck one day when you least expect it. Old boy!" And I did.

    40. St Andrews Church Scouts Brownies Guides
    , The Parish Church Of St Andrew's, Burgess Hill. Clubs Groups. 7th BurgessHill scouts, 8th Burgess Hill Brownies and girl guides. cubs scouts
    The Parish Church Of St Andrew's, Burgess Hill
    7th Burgess Hill Scouts, 8th Burgess Hill Brownies and Girl Guides. During school term times, there are four boys groups that meet, depending upon age. Beavers for the 6 to 8 year olds,
    Cubs for the 8 1/2 to 10 year olds,
    Scouts for the 10 1/2 to 15 1/2 year olds and
    Ventures for 15 1/2 to 20 year olds. There is an annual fee, plus weekly 'subs' and a uniform is required. The guide association began in 1910 and is a world wide organisation. Guides are encouraged to explore and discover the wider world. There are Rainbows (ages 5-7) Brownies (aged 7-10) and Guides (aged 10-15) at St Andrews all led by qualified leaders who regularly attend training sessions. The units have full programmes learning to work together, learning new skills, making friends and helping others. The brownies go on pack holiday and the guides have an annual camp. They meet during school term times only. There are weekly subs plus annual Guiding Association subs and a uniform is required. A waiting list is held by the parish office for Rainbows.

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