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15 Comments

Reply Steven little
8:34 AM on December 28, 2016 
Bob White says...
Hi there,

Chil is no longer with the group but I'm sure the cub section would love to have the mascot back. Please let me know if it's not too late to arrange collection

Steve

We still have the cub mascot at our house. Chill will remember him I am sure. As we are moving away from Mitcham very soon we would like him to go back home. Can someone pick him up from us in the next couple of weeks?
Reply Bob White
7:22 PM on November 18, 2016 
Hi there,

We still have the cub mascot at our house. Chill will remember him I am sure. As we are moving away from Mitcham very soon we would like him to go back home. Can someone pick him up from us in the next couple of weeks?
Reply Steve
9:40 AM on March 4, 2016 
It was good to combine with you. Thank you for looking after the team whilst i was forced to be a referee.
Steve
Reply Allyson Sleight
1:01 PM on February 28, 2016 
Hello,
Just wanted to say thanks for a fun time at 5-a-side today and combining teams with us. We all had a great time. We can win it next year!
2nd Morden
Reply Malcolm Smith
12:30 PM on March 23, 2015 
gnaltsHHello. I left the sixth Mitcham Scout Group in 1967 when I went to college in Birmingham and trained to be a teacher. I taught in Balham and later Bedfordshire. I retired as a Headteacher. Some time ago I came back for a 25th Anniversary of a Yugoslavian canoe trip. I remember leaders such as Peter Lovell and Con Cox. I wandered by once with my camera and it was great to see that after all that time scouting continues to be successful.
Reply Steve
8:50 AM on December 21, 2012 
Dear Joyce,

Sorry for the late reply. Thank you for your comment. We are having an open day on Saturday 26th January, so it would be great to see you there.Chil will be getting his 25 year service award!

Joyce Cross says...
Lovely to see the photographs of the improvements to the hall, pleased to see the group is still growing strong .

Joyce
Reply Steve
8:47 AM on December 21, 2012 
Hi Paul, thank you so much for your message. It is nice to hear about your cub days. They still love crab foot ball, but Dodgeball is their favourite! We are having an open day on Saturday 26th January, so if you are in the area please join us. More details will be on the Calendar soon.
paul grixti says...
Hello 6/12th! I was a 6/12th cub scout 35 years ago! I am so surprised to see that you are still going - and mightily too by the look of it! Well done! I think I was just 12th Mitcham at first - and then it changed to 6/12th. Our Bahgeera (Leader) then was a man called Fred Wyatt - great local rugby player, big as an ox. Taught me to play chess. Made me feel like a bit of a star for a couple of years! I remember marching this girt big flag around on Church Parade days where it seemed the whole world had turned out to see us. Felt very proud. It also seemed like it was always hot and sunny on those days - and the streets smelled like cigar smoke, or Bahgeera. Great to see your Hall is the same hall. It has not changed a bit! We used to play crab-football alot after the more serious stuff. I live near Littlehampton now by the sea and work as a psychotherapist specialising in children. Your new website made me smile. Thank you. I salute you.
Reply paul grixti
1:07 PM on December 20, 2012 
Hello 6/12th! I was a 6/12th cub scout 35 years ago! I am so surprised to see that you are still going - and mightily too by the look of it! Well done! I think I was just 12th Mitcham at first - and then it changed to 6/12th. Our Bahgeera (Leader) then was a man called Fred Wyatt - great local rugby player, big as an ox. Taught me to play chess. Made me feel like a bit of a star for a couple of years! I remember marching this girt big flag around on Church Parade days where it seemed the whole world had turned out to see us. Felt very proud. It also seemed like it was always hot and sunny on those days - and the streets smelled like cigar smoke, or Bahgeera. Great to see your Hall is the same hall. It has not changed a bit! We used to play crab-football alot after the more serious stuff. I live near Littlehampton now by the sea and work as a psychotherapist specialising in children. Your new website made me smile. Thank you. I salute you.
Reply Joyce Cross
8:14 AM on November 9, 2012 
Lovely to see the photographs of the improvements to the hall, pleased to see the group is still growing strong .

Joyce
Reply Steve
12:51 PM on May 17, 2010 
Glad you like the site.Thank you.

Kevin Quigley says...
Well done on the website - it looks really good!

Kevin Quigley

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