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Childrens Club

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Children’s Club established  and run in conjunction with the Square Centre (an extension movement of the Girl Guides Association).  The Square Centre provided the salary of a Youth worker and the BSL provided the building, equipment, camping facilities etc



Business Men’s group, represented on the Square Centre Committee, takes over financial support for the Square Deal Children’s Club [1]



The Girl Guides Association withdrew from the Square Centre in 1955-56 due to lack of Leaders and the Children’s Centre Committee financed the staffing and provision of equipment


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  1. BSL Annual Report 1953-1954

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