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Scouts and Guides take part in St George's Day parade in 2009




A double celebration saw more than 200 Scouts and Guides take part in the annual St George's Day Parade in Spalding.

As well as marking the national day of England's patron saint, Spalding's Scouts, Guides, cubs, brownies, beavers and rainbows also marked 100 years of Scouting in the area.

The parade went from Market Place to St Mary and St Nicolas Church in Churchgate, where reading and speeches on the impact of Scouting in the area were made between hymns.

Pictured: Rosie Horton-Whitfield and Jenny Newell of the Marching Ambassadors took part in the parade.

Rosie Horton-Whitfield and Jenny Newell of the Marching Ambassadors took part in the parade. (9407350)
Rosie Horton-Whitfield and Jenny Newell of the Marching Ambassadors took part in the parade. (9407350)


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