Following Caroline Pantling’s very successful talk to Chingford Historical Society in August 2020 she returns to give us more scouting history.
As the First World War took hold women’s contributions to Scouting would not only increase but become critical to the survival of the Movement. During these darkest days the Scouts were looking forwards not only launching the Wolf Cubs for 8 – 10 year olds but also challenging ideas what these “Lady Scoutmasters” could achieve. Through the stories of these Scouting pioneers this talk will explore how the role of women developed and challenged the societal norm.
Caroline Pantling is Head of Heritage Services for The Scouts.
This will be an online talk using Zoom. Chingford Historical Society members have been sent details of how to book their free ticket.
This and future talks hosted by Chingford Historical Society will incur a £3 charge for non-members. Annual membership is just £10 per person or £15 for two at the same address. Information on how to join can be found here https://www.chingfordhistory.org.uk/membership.html
Chingford Historical Society is a registered charity (Charity number: 281623) and all proceeds from the sale of tickets minus Eventbrite fees will go direct to the charity.
Most of the online talks on different aspects of Chingford’s history given throughout 2020 can be viewed on their YouTube channel
A Chingford Historical Society event.