Scouting memories

PUBLISHED: 14:28 21 February 2008 | UPDATED: 06:56 30 May 2010

Great Dunmow Museum curator Steve Schorah with the scouting exhibition Picture: MICHAEL BOYTON

Great Dunmow Museum curator Steve Schorah with the scouting exhibition Picture: MICHAEL BOYTON

A CENTENARY of scouting is being displayed in Great Dunmow Town Museum. Photos, badges and pendants dating back as far as 1910 can be found at the museum to commemorate 100 years of scouting. Museum curator Steve Schorah said: We would love people to sha

A CENTENARY of scouting is being displayed in Great Dunmow Town Museum.

Photos, badges and pendants dating back as far as 1910 can be found at the museum to commemorate 100 years of scouting.

Museum curator Steve Schorah said: "We would love people to share scouting memories, they may even find themselves in some pictures."

The display will run until March 16 when it will be archived for future use. The museum is open Friday and Saturdays 11am-4pm and entry is £1 for adults 50p for concessions.


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