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Queen’s Scouts

Lancaster Guardian 02 May 1952

FIVE Queen’s Scouts from Lancaster had the honour of taking part in the St. George’s Day parade of Scouts at Windsor on Sunday when for the first time a reigning Queen took the salute.

There were over 2,000 Scouts present and the North-West Lancs. contingent comprised five from Lancaster, four from Barrow and two from Preston.

The Lancastrians were J. E. Fox, B. Wearing, J. Lowther, J. R. Brew, of the 4th Lancaster (Wesley) troop and Colin Bland of the 16th Lancaster, who received his senior certificate during the parade. The march past took place in the quadrangle at Windsor and was followed by the service in St. George’s Chapel, conducted by the Dean of Windsor. After the service the Scouts were addressed by their Chief, Lord Rowallan.

Lonsdale Scouts