Representatives of Horsham Scout District will attend the funeral.
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Horsham Scout District has lost two long time supporters very recently.
Dave and Pat Stillwell had a long term association with Horsham Scouting through their tireless and devoted voluntary service as Warden and Treasurer of the District campsite.
Pat had been Campsite Treasurer for many years and for the past seven years the Booking Secretary with Dave generously giving access to the equipment and materials necessary for the work required in maintaining the wonderful Beacon Hill campsite facility that has given so much pleasure and opportunity to thousands of Scouts over the years.
Regrettably Pat died in April and her funeral was held on 31st May.
Dave also had a prolonged period of ill health but it came as a great shock when he died shortly after Pat’s funeral on 8th June.
Both these generous, enthusiastic, humorous and vibrant supporters of Scouting will be greatly missed by everyone in Horsham Scout District.
May they both Rest in Peace.
Dave Stillwell’s funeral will take place at Worth Crematorium, Crawley on Tuesday 20th June at 11.15 am.
Friends and colleagues are welcome to attend and invested members of the Scout Movement are encouraged to wear uniform.
Young Scouts from Explorer Units and adult leaders combined together to support the recent Alzheimer’s Garden Party at Warnham Park on Saturday 20th May 2017.
Explorer Scouts from Europa, Phoenix and Titans Explorer Units and adult leaders helped set up the event, serve teas to the approximately 150 guests and clear away at the end of the day.
Tideway folk group which was formed in the late 1960’s the members of which are still active Scout leaders from Horsham, London and Kent provided the entertainment for the event.
Donations on the day raised more than £750 to help the work of the Alzheimer’s Society.
The Scout Association’s A Million Hands project includes support for the Alzheimer’s Society and seeks to the raise awareness of young and old alike to the issues of those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s Society’s Tim Wilkins sent this thank you to the Scouts that helped on the day.
Alongside providing developmental opportunities for young people through a national programme of training Scouts in Horsham support the community in many different ways.
Tideway folk group also work the local charity Know Dementia and provide entertainment at ‘Memory Clubs’ in West and East Sussex.
There are many ways in which young people and adults can use their skills and experience to support our local community.
To find out how you could get involved in Scouting contact:
Peter Scofield –
District Commissioner – Horsham Scouts
E-mail – email@example.com
Horsham Scout District President, Jonathan Lucas is opening the gardens of the Warnham Park estate to the public to raise funds in aid of St Catherines Hospice on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June 2017 from 12 noon to 4.30 pm.
Those who attended the recent Alzheimer’s Society Garden Party will know how wonderful the gardens are. This is another opportunity to see the gardens and raise funds for another important provider of care in our community dependant on charitable giving.
As part of this year’s Dementia Awareness Week
you are inviated to attend a
Garden Party & Cream Tea
within Warnham Deer Park, near Horsham RH12 3RP
Saturday 20th May
2 pm until 4 pm
Come along and enjoy a fantastic afternoon
Cream Tea | Live music from ‘Tideway’
| ‘Bake a Cake’ Competition | Beautiful Gardens
For more information call
Alzheimer’s Society Sussex Helpline on 01403 213017
1st Broadbridge Heath Scous entry to the village scarecrow competition featured –
Cruella Devill made by the Scouts,
Horace & Jasper by the Cubs and
101 Dalmatians made by the Beavers.
Everyone had a great time making the scarecrows.
The entry won 2nd place in the ‘Groups’ category.
Well done 1st BBH on a brilliant Group effort.
PAUL JOSEPH DOLD
who lived life to full
Paul died tragically in Cornwall on 30th August 2016. He was Kate’s husband for 18 years, Imogen’s dad, brother to Martin and Beryl’s son.
He will not only be greatly missed by his family but also by a huge number of people whose lives he touched in many different ways.
A Celebration of Paul’s amazing life will take place at
Roffey Sports & Social Club, Spooner’s Rd, Roffey RH12 4DY
on Thursday 29th September 2016 at 1pm
This will give all his family and friends the opportunity to say their farewells to Paul in informal surroundings.
Please wear bright colours. Members of the Scout Movement may wear uniform.
Imogen would like to make a ‘Memory Book’ and invites you all to draw, write, or doodle something relating to her dad. Please come prepared!
No flowers please, however, donations may be made via
JustGiving/Paul Dold online
or to the Funeral Director at
Dandelion Farewells, Warren Court, Guildford Road,
Bucks Green, West Sussex RH12 3JJ.
Charities to benefit :
South East Cave Rescue Organisation, Horsham District Scouts & Cornwall Air Ambulance Service.