We are proud to announce that 17 adults from across our County have been recognised by our Chief Scout and been awarded a St George’s Day Award. Baden Powell chose St George to be the Patron Saint of Scouting. St George embodied the qualities to which he wanted Scouts to aspire: Faith, Bravery and Determination. St George’s Day is celebrated on 23rd April each year and is an important day in the Scouting calendar where adults can be recognised with good service awards.
Each of the individuals below will be invited to Windsor Castle on 22nd April to celebrate their achievements along with many other adult leaders and young people.
In recognition of specially distinguished service. The Silver Acorn was first introduced as a St George’s Day award in 1933.
Arundel & Littlehampton
Bar to the Silver Acorn
In recognition of further specially distinguished service The Bar to the Silver Acorn can only be awarded after a Silver Acorn has been gained
In recognition of services to Scouting of the most exceptional nature. The Silver Wolf award was introduced by Lord Baden-Powell and remains the Scout Association’s highest award for service to Scouting. The Silver Wolf is the unrestricted gift of the Chief Scout and is only award ‘for service of an exception nature
We are so proud of the achievements of our adult leaders and I’m sure you will all join us in congratulating them on those achievements. If you feel there is someone you know within Scouting that should be recognised for their excellent service to the Scouting Movement see here for guidance from the County’s Awards Panel.