Jay Howitt's Bottesford Scouts scrapbook
The Scouts and Cubs, and at least on Guide, on stage at the Gang Show
During the performance, probably at the Gang Show
A recruitment medical, part of the Gang Show
Scouts meeting senior leaders of the movement.
Cutting recording award of Queen’s Scout award for J.Topps of Bottesford.
Caption to a picture of award winners – separate from the picture itself.
Two pictures of the Bottesford Scouts and Guides Field-day
Article describing the Scouts and Guides Field-day
Grantham Journal article: Scouts praised for initiative after they found a burst gas main in Bottesford.
Newspaper article entitled “Scouts were nearly blown out of their Whitsun camp”
An airman “Clem”
Neil Tinckley, Anthomay Whatton and John Howitt receiving the Queen’s Award from D.C. W.E.B. Read.
Bottesford Scout Jack Hutchinson receiving his Queen’s Award from District Commissioner W.E.B. Read.
A Howitt family visit to Skegness
A Scout parade in Grantham
Mick Gamble receiving gthe Bob-A-Job trophy from the Mayor
Bottesford Scouts on camp
“Bottesford raised over £67 in Bob-A-Job week
“Grantham Scouts’ Bob-A-Job week”
“For a new Scout HQ at Bottesford”
Photograph of a formal dinner (who, where, when?)
The typescript of an unpublished poem composed by Jay Howitt, entitled: “Jay” Howitt’s Poetical Masterpiece Composed on the Occasion of ...
This image is the continuation of BOT/202/47, showing the final section of “Jay” Howitt’s poem typescript.
A photograph of Ron Cooke, “The Colonel”, at a Scouts’ Jamboree