Girl Guides

Girl Guides on the lawn at Cosgrove Hall
The company was formed in 1922 , Miss Waydeline was captain of the Girl Guide movement.

Wolverton Express 19th January 1923


An enjoyable entertainment was provided in the village on Saturday evening by the “Gilwellians”, the concert party of the Wolverton Troop of Boy Scouts, who are touring South Northants and North Bucks, generously giving their services for the benefit of the Scout and Guide movements, with an endeavour to increase interest of the general public in these organisations. This concert attracted a large audience, which filled the Mission Hall. The programme presented was of its usual enjoyable character, the company being admirably led by Scoutmaster C. F. Andrews. At an interval of the programme, Miss Waydeline, the captain of the Girl Guide movement in the village, expressed thanks for the excellent entertainment provided, and further remarks were added by District Commissioner Oswald Hamilton and District Scoutmaster W. H. Holloway. The proceeds of the entertainment were for the benefit of the funds of the village company of Girl Guides, which was formed a year ago, and at the present time is badly in need of funds. Miss Waydeline entertained the artistes to supper.