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1st Sandylands Scouts

Morecambe Guardian 05 October 1929:-

YOUNG PEOPLE’S CHURCH

The 1st Heysham Girl Guides and 2nd Heysham Brownies and the newly formed 1st Sandylands Boy Scouts attended a Young People’s Harvest Festival Service at the St. John’s Parochial Hall on Sunday afternoon.

The service was conducted by the senior members, and the Rev. J. H. Winrow (Vicar-designate of St. Christopher’s, Bare) who gave the sermon.

Before the service commenced, the Vicar of St. John’s (the Rev. D. C. Kennedy M.A.) dedicated the new company flag of the 1st Heysham GFS Girl Guides , which was laid on the altar during the service and afterwards unfurled and presented to the colour party.

The hall was tastefully decorated, and later the produce was taken to the Craig Convalescent Home, and the sick and injured of the parish.

Morecambe Guardian 21 February 1930:-

SCOUTS’ SOCIAL

The resurrection of the Scout movement in Sandylands received further impetus at the Parochial Hall on Wednesday evening when more than 130 people attended a whist drive and dance organized by the 1st Sandylands Boy Scouts and Rovers. The M.C. for whist was the Rev. D. C. Kennedy, M.A., and for dancing, Mr. A Peel, the Scoutmaster. Mrs. A. Peel presented the whist prizes.

Mr. Ernest Berry’s trio played for dancing, and refreshments were served by a Ladies Committee, under Mrs. Peel.

Lonsdale Scouts