Be prepared to reminisce Doncaster scout life from the late 1990s with these great retro pics

Were you a scout in the late in 1990s in Doncaster?

Friday, 10th January 2020, 11:36 am
The scouts from the 58th Doncaster group in 1997 picked to go to the World Scout Jamboree

If you were (or know someone who was) take a look at these fab photos showing the scouts of Doncaster in all their finery taking part in cook offs and car washes.

In 1996 members of the 67th Sproborough scouts welcomed scouts from Russia who wanted to see a British supermarket - so they went to ASDA
Doncaster Scouts Marching Band in a national competition in 1996

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Liaquat Ali pictured with 42nd Doncaster Scouts Emma Riley and Matthew Burham in 1996
The 58th Doncaster scouts were given £100 back in 1997 to wash the used cars at Perry's car dealers and the money was put towards their jamboree to Chile. Pictured at the back Chris Tate and Matthew Vernon, middle Robert Simmons and Phillip Tasker and front Peter McCrystal and David Plant.
The mayor of Doncaster cutting a celebration cake in 1997 to mark ten years since the 67th Doncaster Scout Group moved into  The Barn
The 12th Doncaster (Bawtry) scouts and cubs enrolled girls for the first time in their history in 1997. Pictured from left are Hannah Beckett, Frances Baker, Victoria Winter and Francesa Morton
Chris Hurst, 13, Russell Lonsdale 12, Daniel Sharp, 14, with some of the cars they cleaned in 1997
The 13th Doncaster Tickhill Scouts held their Jumble sale in 1998 and brothers Mathew and Stephen Kitchen showed off some of the things which were on sale.
To mark the launch of the 1998 South Yorkshire Scouts Recycling League, Neil Leatherland, South Yorkshire County Commissioner for the Scout Association, prestented the winning Scout Group of the 1997 league (25th Doncaster Scouts) with a cheque for £100.
The 13th Tickhill, Doncaster scouts raised around £130.00 from a jumble sale at their scout hall on Saint Marys Road Tickhill in 1998. Pictured with the last unsold bits, including this take that annual which didn't sell
Scouts from the 58th Doncaster at a fundraising car wash in 1998
The 39th Doncaster Edlington Beavers and cubs and scouts raised £50 at a bring and buy sale in 1998
The 32nd (Armthorpe) Doncaster Scout Group scouts, from left, Graham Pratt, aged nine, Christopher Stretton, aged 11, Lee Colclough, aged nine, and Michael Colclough, aged 11, try out the new cooking stove and bain-marie in 1998
Thanks to the fund-raising efforts of scouts, venture scouts, cubs and beavers the 32nd (Armthorpe) Doncaster Scout Group has been able to buy some new outdoor cooking equipment. Our picture shows beavers Andrew Hodby, aged eight, and Joanne Pratt, aged six, in 1998
Girls from the 9th Doncaster Scout group show how it's done on the scouts stall at Cusworth Gala in 1998. The girls all aged 19 are from left to right, Kerry Stead, Lisa Hatton and Miriam Pay.
The Mayor of Doncaster Councillor Yvonne Woodcock inspected the scouts at Hurst Lane, Auckley in 1999.
At the Scout Headquarters of the 37th Doncaster troop Greenfield Lane, Balby in 1999 where four cubs received first aid certificates after successfully completing a coure instructed by the St John Ambulance Brigade