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7th Banstead Scouts.
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7th Banstead Scouts.

The above photograph shows myself, centre with Scout Hat, in my 7th Banstead Scout uniform. Alongside to the left of me is my brother John, two years younger than myself in his new Cub uniform. The 7th Banstead Scouts used to meet in the, then, Methodist Church Hall located at the eastern end of The Drive next to the junction with the main Brighton Road. This photograph would have been taken in the summer of either 1955 or 1956, but I simply cannot recall where it was taken. Can anyone help? Not a lot to go, on I know, simply a field and some trees, but it would have been somewhere in the Banstead area. Or maybe someone can help to identify any of the others in the photograph.
Picture added on 31 July 2013 at 20:48
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We may have met. Do be in touch.
Added by Rodney Preece on 09 December 2013
I showed the photograph to my mother-in-law tonight and she cannot remember where the photograph was taken. Her name at the time would have been Margaret Thomas and she was an assistant Cub leader to Margaret Thompson. Cub camps at that time were held at Ecclesden Farm, Angmering and it doesn't look like Angmering. It also doesn't look like Park Farm either. I will have to ask about
Added by Stuart Barber on 05 January 2014
Frances Hines and her Brother in Law Bob, think
this picture may have been taken at a District Jamborette in a field behind Aberdour School
Added by Stuart Barber on 21 May 2014
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