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The first 25 years of 8th St Marylebone Scout Group (The Diehards) is well documented through the years, written by Leslie Kirby. Download
The first 50 years of scouting history of the 8th St Marylebone Scout Group (The Diehards) documented and written by Leslie Kirby.Download
With our strong connection to military history, combined with remembering those committed to Scouting who have passed on, this is the story of the Lest We Forget project.Download
A concise history of the remarkable building in Hill Road, St John's Wood, by Brian D Price.Download
The 50th Reunion for the Diehards' Old Scouts was held on 27/04/1984 and the menu has been uploaded for download.Download
The 80th Reunion of the Diehards' Old Scouts was held on 20/03/2015 and the menu has been uploaded for download.Download
First published in January 1922, The Diehard was the magazine of the 8th St Marylebone Scout Group that appeared in print, on tape and now online!
The whole Group were always involved in the annual Gang Shows. For many years, they all had an individual title - in subsequent years, Black and Gold was the name of the show. A selection of programmes are here for you to download.Download
Front cover edition of The Mercury from June 1st 1995 recording the rekindling of a 49 year bond with a group of German scouts who stayed at the Mansergh. Highlights the demise of the Group - which had then reached the record low number of just 6 Scouts.Download
From the 1957 Scout Week, just 2 pages with information about the 8th St Marylebone Scout Groups and the 5th St Marylebone Scout Group that, later, merged with the 8th.Download
A sample copy of the weekly edition of The Scout from 18th March 1954. The magazine subsequently became a monthly edition titled Scouting, this is now electronically delivered to Scout leaders.Download