County

Vic Arnold

Vic Arnold was a Scout Leader with the 6th Brentford and at one time the County Air Scouts Advisor.
He passed away in late August 2010.  He had been sufferring from Motor Neurone Disease.
Some of us were able to attend his funeral in Bournemouth.

 

Return to Book of Remembrance

Book of Remembrance

This page contains information about past members of the County who have "Gone Home". The details and information of past members who have been recorded in this Book of Remembrance have been resourced from Orders of Service, including Eulogies and Tributes presented by family members and Scouting colleagues, and from obituary reports in past County and District News editions.

If you have any further information or have a copy of the Service Sheet or photograph of the person concerned that can be added, please send the details by post or email to Bob May, Web Site Editor.

County Team and Executive Photos

Here are photographs of some of the County Team and County Executive Committee.
Others will be added when available.


REGIONAL COMMISSIONER: Terry Kingham

COUNTY TEAM
County Commissioner: Richard Williams

Deputy County Commissioner (Adult Support): Alison Oakley

Deputy County Commissioner (Marketing and Communciations): Geoff Vanderplank

County Youth Commissioner: Charlotte McBrayne

County Updates and Newsletters Archive

The Monthly County Updates and archive copies of the Quarterly GLMW County News in one place.

County Contacts

County Team

County Commissioner Richard Williams Email
Deputy County Commissioner (Adult Supprt) Alison Oakley Email
Deputy County Commissioner (Marketing & Communications)
Geoff Vanderplank Email
County Youth Commissioner Charlotte McBrayne  Email

Jack Petchey Award Scheme

The County is fortunate to run a scheme, funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation which distributes over £20,000 in £200 Achievement awards to members aged 11 to 25 across the Scout County.   Each GLMW District has an award coordinator who collects the Achievement Award nominations and ensures that the selection process is carried out correctly and that the money is spent.  The guidelines are clear that young people must be involved in the selection of the person to receive the award and in what the money is spent on.   Membership of the scheme requires the County to s

Fundraising for Jamboree

Fundraising for the GLMW Units to the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Sweden 2011 has now finished.  The Unit members would like to thank all those who have helped make this trip possible.

Leaving a Legacy

You can help the County greatly by leaving a legacy in your will.

For details, see the attached Leaflet and Pledge Form.

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