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> Marching The Flag, [SB]Youth Groups
Tori G
post 7th Jun 2005, 04:20am
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When I lived in Priesthill I was in the Brownies and the Guides i dont remember the company numbers i loved doing this and always trying to do my best as they do. One particular time i remember is walking in procession with all other companys at the time and helping to carry the flag and alongside of me was the Queen's cousin i thought it was lord baden-powell but i know he died way before that so who ever the Queens cousin was at the time.

Thats what I think anyway
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post 18th Sep 2006, 07:03pm
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Do you remember Thinking Day? We were allowed to go to school wearing our Brownie uniforms. Was that cool or what! I felt so proud!
And my clearest memory of Church Parade is of when we walked all the way from Townhead to the big church in Springburn for a special Parade, though I don't know why it was so special. We picked up other organisations on the way and marched proudly to the church. I remember the organ playing the Cerebos salt tune to a packed church, and feeling very emotional. It must have been about 1962 (?) and we were exhausted when we got home, but feeling great. At the age of about 8, I didn't know why I felt like that, but it felt so good!

Ah don't hear sae well withoot ma specs
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