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Groups in the Lancaster District 1951

GROUPS IN THE LANCASTER DISTRICT  1950 – 1951

From the Lancaster and District Boy Scouts’ Association Annual Report 1950 – 1951

3rd Lancaster, LRGS, Royal blue/black (halved)
Memorial Hut, Derwent Road

4th Lancaster, Green
Sulyard Street Methodist Schoolrooms

5th Lancaster, Gold/white border
St. Peter’s School, Balmoral Road

12th Lancaster, Red
St. George’s Hut, Lancaster

13th Lancaster, Royal blue/old gold border
40a, Church Street (over ‘Guardian’ office)

16th Lancaster, dark blue/white
Scotforth Parish Hall

20th Lancaster, Red/black (halved)
The Friends’ School, Lancaster

21st Lancaster, Royal blue/black border
Customs House Quay, Lancaster

22nd Lancaster, Dark blue/light blue border
Royal Albert Institution, Lancaster

23rd Lancaster, Brown/gold (halved)
Gregson Institute, Moor Lane, Lancaster

24th Lancaster, Gold/purple halves
St. Chad’s Church, Torrisholme Road

27th Lancaster, Sky blue/old gold border
Ryelands School, Torrisholme Road

28th Lancaster, Maroon
Cross Hill Congregational Church

29th Lancaster, Yellow
Salvation Army Hall, Lancaster

30th Lancaster, Green and white
Greaves School, Lancaster

31st Lancaster, Dove grey, black border
St Luke’s

1st Carnforth, Orange and emerald green
Kellet Road, Carnforth

1st Bolton-le-Sands, Green and yellow
Church School, Bolton-le-Sands

Lonsdale Scouts