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Pat Baillie - Gone Home

GLMW Paddling Sessions

We will be starting Tuesday evening paddling sessions for Scouts and Explorers in GLMW with the opportunity to work towards BCU awards. Sessions will run on Tuesday evenings at HOAC, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, May through to the end of August. Please see attachments for further details and booking information.

Mick Else

Mick Else was a Cub Scout Leader at 4th Headstone, then ADC Cub Scouts, ADC Adult Training and later DC for Pinner and Headstone.

He was born in Luton and his parents came from Cork in Ireland.  He married Mary and had two children David and Karen.  He later married Lesley.

As a child he helped on his father's milk float and later became a milk delivery man.  He was good at building maintenance particularly painting and decorating and set up a building and decorating business.  His arthritis meant that he had to retire from this business and he continued doing DIY work for people and giving advice.

Mick was a natural "people person" and was able to put people at ease.  Through his family, work and Scouting he touched many people's lives and will be remembered by them. Mick always remained cheerful despite his severe arthritis.

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Mick Else - Gone Home

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John was well known both in Stanmore District where he was a Venture Scout Leader and in the County where he was for many years the Caving Adviser and an instructor on First Aid courses.

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