History of the 10th

This is a picture taken from the archives of the group in 1920 you will notice that some of the leaders and older boys are in army uniform this because of the end of the 1st world war.


This is taken around 1962 and the group has adopted the more traditional dress of scouts with everyone from scouts upwards in kilts.


This is the hall as it is to day. This has been the home of the 10th since the 1950's and is constantly renovated to keep it in peak condition.
On the right of the hall is west Finchley tube station for easy access by public transport.


Map of the hall

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