Inspired by a post from escouter: neilr...
Several groups use this:
i am trying to catalog neckers from all over the world starting with the uk the plain, banded and half and half neckers are easy enough to do but any with badges or more complex paterns are causing problems if anyone has a necker like this could they send me a pic of either the badge or the necker to dessy292002 at yahoo dot co dot uk i am also hoping to do an internet page sometime maybe to describe the history of each necker too
Last edited by MikeJ; 13-03-2012 at 06:40 PM. Reason: e-mail
It was actually inspired by the logos used as signatures i hadn't realised anyone else had started it but pretty sure someone would have done
You're compling scarves from every group in the UK?
Sorry, I meant that my post was inspired by neilr... his signature Scarf uses Royal Stewart Tartan.
Apologies for the confusion.
Yes and hopefully going on to world neckers afterwards
It would be hard enough getting the name of every group in the UK.
Last edited by Keith; 13-03-2012 at 04:22 PM.
And how easy is it going to be to find out the scarf for each of those?
It depends how you do it and where you go for the information. Info Centre will have access to that sort of information if theyd spend the time compiling a list for you. Also quite a few districts, including mine ( http://www.stocktonthornabydistricts...com/groups.php ) have information like that on their websites.
Ours are in my signature. Most Groups in our District have a Group necker badge as well
Peter Andrews AESL of Headingley Friday ESU & ABSL and Webmaster of Falkoner Scout Group
Bookings Secretary - Wike, North Leeds District Campsite - www.wikecampsite.org.uk
Please note all views expressed are my own and not those of any organisation I'm associated with
I don't have my scarf in my signature, purely as we're changing it and the embrodary is very hard to do.
I do think that some groups may ask to pay as some scarves are expensive to get.
ahh ok. that could take time, although would be good to see all the scarves.