Buccaneers celebrate Scout Scarf Day
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North Yarmouth Buccaneers Scout group based at Alderman Swindell School.
The idea of 'Scout Scarf Day' on August 1 is that all active and former scouts are requested to wear their scout scarfs in public to make the 'Spirit of Scouting' visible: Once a Scout - Always a Scout.
The date of the event commemorates the very first Scout Camp on Brownsea Island in 1907.
?Of course, the scarf is only a symbol but a strong symbol for the scout promise and for our mission to leave the world as a bit better a place than we had found it.
North Yarmouth Buccaneers Scouting Group Based at Alderman Swindell in Great Yarmouth is a local group for children and teenagers whom are ages 6 to 18.
A spokesman said: 'We have a group of parents and volunteers who run and organise the group. We are always looking for new volunteers.'
Picture features Jackie Esposito, Joanne Holloway and Pauline Zarzosa group section leaders.
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