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St George's Day

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Congratulations to Kent's latest Queen's Scout Award recipients who were presented at Windsor!


Romney Marsh

1st Dymchurch Scouts taking part in the District St George's day Parade hosted this year by New Romney Scout Group.


6th Ramsgate Sea Scouts.

1st Westgate Beaver colony, their very first St George's day parade.


Staplehurst Scout Group hosting Weald district St George's parade.


Swanley district celebrated at Farningham Woods campsite. We had an activity day including backwards cooking, grass skis & morse code. During our renewal of promise our latest Explorer leader was also surprised with his investiture.


Faversham St George's Day Parade, Celebration and Promise Renewals. An event shared with our friends from Faversham Girl Guiding.

Deal, Walmer, Sandwich and District

District paraded from Deal Castle, along the promenade, and through the streets of Deal to St Georges Church. Most entertaining and often amusing service led by young people from the 1st Deal (Walmer) Group.

17th Tonbridge Scout & Guide Band

From the minutes the band were told they were playing at St Georges Day at Windsor Castle they have been practising hard. In no time at all the day had arrived with a coach full of band members. They marched into the quadrangle looking and sounding brilliant. First part of a full afternoon was an arena display to waiting people. Time for a quick pause, they then led in the Queen Scouts into the quadrangle.

They then entertained everyone with playing some amazing music, with the band from the Household Cavalry playing some of their music, while HRH Princess Beatrice and Bear Grylls met the Queen Scouts and other award holders. They then led everyone into the St Georges Chapel for a church service. After a talk from Bear Grylls they lead everyone out of the castle.

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