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Roll of Honour 2018

THE CHIEF SCOUT’S AWARD FOR MERITORIOUS CONDUCT

Awarded for meritorious conduct of a high standard.

 Spencer Easby Explorer Scout Young Leader, 1st Horndean, Waterlooville

Seth Rowsell Cub Scout, 2nd Stubbington (Holy Rood), Fareham West

 

 

NEW YEAR’S HONOURS 2018

Honoured by Her Majesty The Queen in Her New Year Honours for 2018 for services to Scouting and/or the community.

Order of the British Empire – Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Mrs Jean Barbara Beauchamp – Romsey

 

 

ST GEORGE’S DAY AWARDS

Baden-Powell chose St George to be the Patron Saint of Scouting. St George embodied the qualities to which he wanted Scouts to aspire faith, bravery and determination. St George’s Day is celebrated on 23rd April each year and is an important day in the Scouting calendar where adults can be recognised with good service awards.

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Silver Wolf

Margaret Elizabeth Patrick

Richard Lloyd Spearing

 

Bar to the Silver Acorn

Timothy John Evans – New Forest North

 

Silver Acorn

Colin John Brooks – Winchester

Gavin Denness Clark – Basingstoke West

John Henry Forster – Havant

David Tilbury Goldfinch – Portsmouth

Barry Colin Green – Eastleigh

Margaret Edith Howell – Eastleigh

Richard John Lambert – Blackwater Valley

George Arthur Longhurst – Southampton

Paul O’Beirne – Hampshire

Elizabeth Lynne Snocken – Havant

Alan Leslie Snocken – Havant

Eric Martin Williams – Fareham West

Nicholas Wisby – Chandlers Ford

Thelma Jane Willianne Young – Southampton

 

 

SILVER WOLF

In recognition of services to Scouting of the most exceptional nature. The Silver Wolf Award was introduced by Lord Baden-Powell and remains the Scout Association’s highest award for service to Scouting. The Silver Wolf is the unrestricted gift of the Chief Scout and is only awarded ‘for service of an exceptional nature’. It is not normally awarded until at least a Silver Acorn has been gained. In practice, this means that it is seldom awarded for less than 30 years’ service, although this is not always the case.

 

BAR TO THE SILVER ACORN

In recognition of further specially distinguished service The Bar to the Silver Acorn can only be awarded after a Silver Acorn has been gained.

 

SILVER ACORN

In recognition of specially distinguished service. The Silver Acorn was first introduced as a St George’s Day Award in 1933-It is not normally awarded until after at least the Award for Merit has been gained and is seldom awarded for less than 20 years’ service.

 

BAR TO THE AWARD FOR MERIT

In recognition of further outstanding service to Scouting.

 

AWARD FOR MERIT

In recognition of outstanding service to Scouting.

 

CHIEF SCOUT’S COMMENDATION FOR GOOD SERVICE

In recognition of good service to Scouting.

 

 

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