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Camping & Outdoor Centre

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Scouts & Guides Movements
Scouts were founded by Robert Baden-Powell in 1907 on Brownsea Island, Dorset. A camp of 20 boys learned practical outdoor pursuits and survival skills. The Girl Guides began in 1910. There are now 38 million+ members in 216 countries. This centre stocks uniforms for scouts, guides and similar groups.

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Hazle Ceramics
Camping & Outdoor Centre
Very Rare: Altered Mould of 30
on Epping Petshop Mould 1997-2001
Pet Items remodelled as flags, foliage
& camping kit plus Scout fleur-de-lys &
trefoil logo as below - just for this AM30
Designed by Linda Murphy for Hazle’s 10th
Anniversary 2000 the certificate comments
“As a mother of 3 boys you can guess what
Linda spends most of her free time doing”

 The central flag with a crown and the words “God Save The Queen” dates this A E Batchelor photo to The Coronation in 1953. In the mid-1930s Batchelors bought this 1600s former farmhouse adding items such as clothing for the great outdoors!

One Retired Ceramic

£95.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 The survival kit Scout Centenary Swiss Army Knife with their 2007 motto, “One World One Promise”.

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 Camping at Barleylands Farm where Hazle works!

 Baron Baden-Powell.

 Fell walking in the UK’s scenic Cumbria.

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