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Pauline May

It is with regret Greenford and District advise the “Calling to Higher Service” of Pauline May on 11th January 2010.

Pauline began her Scouting life in 1978 as Secretary to 1st Southall (St. George’s) Group where she then became an Assistant Cub Scout Leader. In 1994 Southall District joined Greenford & District, following which she became D.C.S.L. and then A.D.C. for Cubs.

Charlie Manfredi

1st Northwood Scout Group wish to announce the sad loss of Charlie Manfredi today, after a long fight.
Our Group Scout Leader and lifetime friend.
Paul Spencer

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Ken Lightfoot

Ken Lightfoot started his Scouting career as a boy in Wapping and in 1952 became Assistant Scout Master of 24th Stepney and Scout Master a year later.  Moving to Greenford when he was married, he was appointed Scout Master of 5th Greenford (All Hallows) in 1957 and Group Scout Master in 1960.  During his time in Greenford District he became District Cub Master and ADC Cub Scouts and finally ADC.

Pat Knight

It is with sorrow we have to advise you of the death on 14th November of Pat Knight, widow of Harry Knight.

Pat held appointments in Paddington & St Marylebone, Harrow and Northwood-Eastcote before moving to Essex where she was very active in the Cub Scout Section. She had recently become Chairman of the Appointment Advisory Committee in Maldon and East Essex Scout District.
Paul Spencer

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Kevin Horsey

DOM BERNARD ORCHARD OSB and DOM KEVIN HORSEY OSB (1914 – 2006)
On the 5th December last year, a Requiem Mass and Burial was held for Fr. Bernard and Fr. Kevin - both of Ealing Abbey. Bernard who died within an hour of Kevin, was a past Headmaster of the Abbey School, St. Benedict’s.

George Hickson

Uxbridge and District are saddened by the loss of George Hickson.

George had been a well respected leader for many years including roles as ADC Scouts, District Appointments
Secretary and the Executive Committee of the Perseverance North Hillingdon All Saints Sea Scout Group. Although less active of recent years due to illness, he maintained his links with Scouting and his wise words and support will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with Betty at this sad time.
John Arnold

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