IMPORTANT CHANGE OF NAME.
"SCOUT HISTORY ASSOCIATION"
In order to promote further the aims of the Club "Aims. The aim of the Scout History Association is to bring together those who are interested in Scouting History, and to encourage the production of articles on Scouting and its history, though copyright, to be shared freely via the Internet."
CHANGE OF SITE.
Please note the new URL
In addition to Members, there is a new grade of membership - "Fellow of the
Scout History Association".
All those joining will initially be assigned the membership grade of Member . Members may proceed to the grade of Fellow. This will be granted on the basis of an essay submitted for inclusion as a historical article on the Association's Web Site. The essay, must demonstrate original research or provide a clearer picture, or shed new light on any previous historical picture. There will be an academic panel appointed to judge submissions for the grade of fellow.
Are there any other Scout Sites which deal with historic matters? Newsgroups
which deal with Scout History?
Please email any Links to the Association and these can be included on the Site.
Club members may email any suggestions about the further development of the Association, now it is growing.
Rev'd Michael Foster (Mike).
Supplementary Note 1st February 2000.
New articles have been posted on the Association's Web Site, in particular an article anylising the present crisis in the Scout movement, with the growth of the Independnet Scouts::- http://www2.prestel.co.uk/church/sha/crisis.htm
The Reverend Michael Foster, MIWO. SSC.
Scout History Association,
The Rectory, Church Hill,
Tarrant Hinton, Blandford Forum,
Dorset, DT11 8JB.
Telephone +44 (1258) 830764