Centenary

In August 1910 the village of Cobham was an early adopter of the Scouting Movement with the Scout Troop being established by a local Reverend in a small wooden hut at the top of Freelands Road.

1st Cobham introduced a Cub Scout Pack in 1920 and the Beaver Colony started in the Group in the 1980's.

The Group was relocated to a 'new' brick built premises in Hogshill Lane in 1947 where the 3 sections continue to meet today.

Although there are no accurate records it is believed that over 3000 local children have benefited from being part of 1st Cobham's Scout Group since it's inception. 


If you were a member of the Scout Group in Cobham we would be delighted to hear from you.

In particular we are looking for stories, photo's and any memorabilia from the Groups past.

We would like to compile a '100 Years of Cobham Scouting Memory Book' for this special year.

Please download and complete the Memory Page Document that is attached to this page.
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
6 Feb 2010, 07:41
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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Alan Nolan-Davies,
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