Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1947 POR - Ranger Service Star Part II


1) Visit a house or flat and bring back a sufficiently clear description of it so that the intending occupier would be able to know if it were likely to be suitable.  Note general layout, size of rooms, their aspect; heating, lighting and cooking facilities, water system, etc; also garden or yard.

2) Find out in her own area:

Where children can be treated for minor ailments.

Where mothers can be advised in Infant Welfare.

Who is responsible for providing a pure milk supply, sanitation, water, gas and electricity supplies.

Who pays for these services, and from what source the money comes.

3) Choose a country overseas and be able to interest other people in what she has found out about it.

1950 POR - Ranger Service Star Part II


1) Visit a house or flat and bring back a sufficiently clear description of it so that the intending occupier would be able to know if it were likely to be suitable.  Note general layout, size of rooms, their aspect; heating, lighting and cooking facilities, water system, etc.; also garden or yard.

2) Find out in her own area:

Where children can be treated for minor ailments.

Where mothers can be advised in Infant Welfare.

Who is responsible for providing a pure milk supply, sanitation, water, gas and electricity supplies.

Who pays for these services, and from what source the money comes.

Read the Ranger health book How to be Healthy - and Wise, and show that she has made an effort to improve her health and appearance.

3) Choose a country overseas and be able to interest other people in what she has found out about it.

1953 POR - Ranger Service Star Part II


1) Visit a house or flat and bring back a sufficiently clear description of it so that the intending occupier would be able to know if it were likely to be suitable.  Note general layout, size of rooms, their aspect; heating, lighting and cooking facilities, water system, etc.; also garden or yard.

2) Find out in her own area:

Where children can be treated for minor ailments.

Where mothers can be advised in Infant Welfare.

Where and how provision is made for the aged and infirm.

Who is responsible for providing a pure milk supply, sanitation, water, gas and electricity supplies.

Who pays for these services, and from what source the money comes.

Pay at least one visit to an establishment connected with the above services.

Read the Ranger health book How to be Healthy - and Wise, and show that she has made an effort to improve her health and appearance.

3) Choose a country overseas and be able to interest other people in what she has found out about it.

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