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Denby Dale Station

Denby Dale Railway Viaduct

Denby Dale Railway Viaduct

Denby Dale Railway Viaduct

It was freezing cold

Llamas near Hagg Wood

Llamas near Hagg Wood

Llamas near Hagg Wood

Llamas near Hagg Wood

Llamas near Hagg Wood

First there was one...

...then there were two...

...but how do you fancy meeting THREE?!?

Time for elevenses

Sheep chasing its dinner

Cows at Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Gunthwaite Hall

Tree at Gunthwaite Hall

Slurry pit

Diane wondered why the path didn't follow the path

Historic Broad Oak

Why is this called 'Papist Hill'?

Dunkirk

Buckley's Farm at Dry Hill, scene of the Denby Dale Pie oven
A great uncle used to live here [Dry Hill]

Denby Hall

Denby Hall

Denby Hall [167something]

What are these & why were they placed at regular intervals?

What crop is this?

Pheasant

Wheatley Hill Farm

Wheatley Hill Farm

Wheatley Hill Farm

What a gate post!

A David Brown survivor

Hay Royds Colliery

Hay Royds Colliery

 


Hay Royds Colliery

Hay Royds Colliery

Hay Royds Colliery

Hay Royds Colliery

Hay Royds Colliery

Bagden Hall

Bagden Hall

Bagden Hall Lodge

Bagden Hall Lodge

A well, honest!

Back in Denby Dale

 

Since this Group was closed I keep this site going as a tribute to the Group, its former members, and because of the vast amount of resources I built up over the years. To lose all this would be a travesty. I do all this at my own expense.

Should you find the site helpful and want to donate, please do so.
We're here to help - Scoutese in Plain English:
People in unform [Leaders] in general run the activities for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, & Explorers;
In addition there are committees [Executive Committees at Group, District, County, and National levels] to take the weight off Leaders by fund-raising and doind all other jobs which are not directly connected with running meetings;
Each committee consists of a Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer plus other members;
The Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer must not be Leaders.
Visit the Scoutese page for more translations.

Our policy on photographs is here.

If you have any photos you want including on the site, please e-mail them to me.

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We hire out professional lighting & disco gear together with a little man to operate it:
"Sound Gear Page"

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We sell the following for between 20% & 25% discount:
Maps, Compasses, Outdoor Books


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