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Party for Scouts, Guides, Cubs, Brownies (2 of 2)
The Slaugham Archive
Party for Scouts, Guides, Cubs, Brownies (2 of 2)

Further to picture #1772, here is another newspaper cutting of the party for the Handcross Scouts, Guides, Cubs, and Brownies.
Back row: Peter Rhodes, Colin Boniface.
Second row: David Knape, Chris Johnson, Norman Leppard, Bill Boxall, Sally Chamberlain, Joy Greenfield, Unknown, Joyce Holmes.
Third row: Penny Housby, Doreen Kemp, Michael Pateman, Clwyd Masters, Unknown, Unknown, Godfrey Parker, Andrew Cook, Stephen Cox, Derek James.
Fourth row: Andrew Sargent.
Fifth row: Unknown, Laurence Ray, Bob Mills, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown.
Front row: Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown.
Please can anyone add my names, or correct those above?
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Picture added on 12 July 2016 at 16:15
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Girl Guides and Brownies
Comments:
I think the Brownie on the left in the front row is Brenda Fraser, and the one next to her is Irene Venn or Pat Venn.
Next one could be Brenda Weller, but I am not certain.
Added by Barbara Mellish (née Kinnard) on 21 July 2016
I am grateful to Bill Boxall who has contacted me to suggest that the partly-hidden girl next to Joyce Holmes at top right is Janet Mills.
Added by Barry Ray on 16 December 2016
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