Plaque

Paddington and St Marylebone Boy Scouts

Erection date: 1952

Inscription

{Beneath the boy scouts' crest, and above a circle around a dot:}
In Memoriam
Paddington & St Marylebone Boy Scouts
1939 - 1945

A circle around a dot is the boy scouts' tracking symbol meaning 'gone home'.

Site: Paddington and St Marylebone Boy Scouts (1 memorial)

W9, Randolph Avenue, Paddington Recreation Ground

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Paddington and St Marylebone Boy Scouts

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