Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1928 Girl Guide Badges and How To Win Them - Mauve Cord Award

For physically defective Guides, whether in Extension Companies or ordinary Companies.
Qualifications:-
a) A Guide must hold the Extension First Class Badge and four Proficiency Badges besides those needed for First Class.
b) Must have rendered some special service to others.
c) Must have earned 2s. 6d. by her own work.
(Application for these should be made to the Head of the Extension Branch through the County Secretary).

1930 POR - Mauve Cord Award


For physically defective Guides, whether in Extension Companies or ordinary Companies.

Qualifications:-

a) A Guide must hold the Extension First Class badge and four Proficiency badges besides those needed for First Class.

b) Must have rendered some special service to others.

c) Must have earned 2s. 6d. by her own work.

Application for mauve cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1931 Guide Handbook - Mauve Cord Award


For physically defective Guides, whether in Extension Companies or ordinary companies.

Qualifications:

a) A Guide must hold the Extension First Class Badge and four Proficiency Badges besides those needed for 1st Class.

b) Must have rendered some special service to others.

c) Must have earned 2s. 6d. by her own work.

Application for mauve cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1932 POR - Mauve Cord Award


For physically defective Guides, whether in Extension Companies or ordinary companies.

Qualification:-

Hold the Mauve First Class badge, and any other seven badges in addition to those included in the First Class test.

Application for mauve cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1933 Hints on Girl Guide Badges - Mauve Cord Award

For physically defective Guides, whether in Extension Companies or ordinary Companies.
Qualification:-
Hold the Mauve First Class badge, and any other seven badges in addition to those included in the First Class test.
Application for Mauve Cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1935 POR - Blue Cord Award


Royal Blue Cords are awarded to physically defective Guide and Rangers in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

Hold the Blue First Class badge, and any other seven badges in addition to those included in the First Class test.  (Rangers should substitute Ranger Star if possible, and may take senior badges, if preferred.)

Application for Blue Cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1937 Hints on Girl Guide Badges - Blue Cord Award

Royal Blue Cords are awarded to physically defective Guides and Rangers in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:
Hold the Blue First Class badge, and any other seven badges in addition to those included in the First Class test.  (Rangers should substitute Ranger Star if possible, and may take senior badges, if preferred).
Application for Blue Cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1938 POR - Blue Cord Award


Royal Blue Cords are awarded to physically defective Guides and Rangers in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

Hold the Blue First Class badge, and any other seven badges in addition to those included in the First Class test.  (Rangers should substitute Ranger Star if possible, and may take senior badges, if preferred).

Application for Blue Cords should be made through the Country Secretary in the usual way.

1939 POR - Blue Cord Award


Royal Blue Cords are awarded to physically defective Guides and Rangers in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

Hold the Blue First Class badge, and any other seven badges, in addition to those included in the First Class test.  (Rangers should substitute Ranger Star if possible, and may take senior badges, if preferred.)

Application for Blue Cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1943 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue Cords are awarded to physically defective Guides in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

Hold the Blue First Class badge and any other seven badges in addition to those in the First Class test.

Application for Blue Cords should be made through the County Secretary in the usual way.

1947 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to physically handicapped Guides in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

1) The candidate must hold the Blue First Class badge, and must complete the test before her seventeenth birthday.

2) She must hold one of the following badges: First Aid, Sick Nurse, Emergency Helper, Sick Nurse (Extension), or Home-Maker (Extension).

3) She must hold three other badges chosen by herself, of which one should be an outdoor badge if possible.

1950 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to physically handicapped Guides in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

1) The candidate must hold the Blue First Class badge, and must complete the test before her seventeenth birthday.

2) She must hold one of the following badges: First Aid, Sick Nurse, Emergency Helper, Sick Nurse (Extension), or Home-Maker (Extension).

3) She must hold three other badges chosen by herself, of which one should be an outdoor badge if possible.

1953 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to physically handicapped Guides in Extension or ordinary companies who fulfil the following qualifications:

1) The candidate must hold the Blue First Class badge, and must complete the test before her seventeenth birthday.

2) She must hold one of the following badges: First Aid, Sick Nurse, Emergency Helper, Sick Nurse (Extension), or Home-Maker (Extension).

3) She must hold three other badges chosen by herself, of which one should be an outdoor badge if possible.

1957 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to a Guide who holds the Blue First Class and gains the badges specified below before her seventeenth birthday:

1) One of the following: First Aid, Sick Nurse, Emergency Helper, Sick Nurse (Extension), Homemaker (Extension).

2) Three of her own choice, one of which should if possible be an outdoor badge.

1960 POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to a Guide who holds the Blue First Class and gains the badges specified below before her seventeenth birthday:

1) One of the following: Emergency Helper, First Aid, Sick Nurse, Homemaker (Extension), Sick Nurse (Extension).

2) Three of her own choice, one of which should if possible be an outdoor badge.

1961 (July) POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords are awarded to a Guide who holds the Blue First Class and gains the badges specified below before her seventeenth birthday:

1) One of the following: Emergency Helper, First Aid, Sick Nurse, Homemaker (Extension), Sick Nurse (Extension).

2) Three of her own choice, one of which should if possible be an outdoor badge.

1964 (March) POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords awarded to a Guide who holds the Blue First Class and gains the badges specified below before her seventeenth birthday:

1) One of the following: Emergency Helper, First Aid, Sick Nurse, Homemaker (Extension), Sick Nurse (Extension).

2) Three of her own choice, one of which should if possible be an outdoor badge.

1965 (July) POR - Blue All-Round Cords


Blue All-Round Cords awarded to a Guide in an Extension Company who holds the First Class Badge and gains the badges specified below before her seventeenth birthday:

1) One of the following: Emergency Helper, First Aid, Sick Nurse, Homemaker (Extension), Sick Nurse (Extension).

2) Three of her own choice, one of which should if possible be an outdoor badge.

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