Duke of Kent presents Queen's Scout Award to Chelmorton Girl
Morgause Lomas from Chelmorton was at Windsor Castle on St George's Day to meet HRH, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent in recognition of the Queens Scout Award. Prince Edward spoke to Morgause about the weight of awards on her arm. Tim Kidd, Chief Commissioner of Scouting was on hand with big smiles for the Derbyshire scout who holds a County commissioners award, explorer belt and DofE gold.
Bear Grylls chief Scout was there to shake hands with Morgause at the welcome me in gala ceremony of achievement in scouting.
We welcome Queen's Scouts who have earned their awards through hard work, commitment and determination. They have undertaken work in local communities and completed demanding challenges and expeditions, visiting countries around the world, in the process they have grown as individuals, helped others and made a lasting impact, they are the special forces of Scouting.