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Dr. CYRIL NORWOOD: The Claim of the Boys' Clubs ' (under the auspices of the National Association of Boys' Clubs)


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Dr. CYRIL NORWOOD , the Headmaster of Harrow, was one of the earliest to become a Vice-President of the National Association of Boys' Clubs. His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester became President in October, 1926, when the Association was formally launched at a gathering of Club Leaders held in Chester. Since then, much has been achieved. As listeners will remember, not very long ago an appeal was made for £50,00 to establish the Movement and to endow it with an efficient and adequate administrative Headquarters. Towards this amount a sum of a little under £11,000 has been received and handed over to Trustees. One of the chief objects of the Association is to establish Local Federations of Boys' Clubs and so to consolidate and extend the whole movement, especially in areas where little is done to cater for working boys between the ages of fourteen and eighteen.
The official organ of the National Association of Boys' Clubs is ' The Boy,' which is published quarterly, price 3d., and may be obtained, together with other particulars, from the Secretary, [address removed].


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Dr. CYRIL NORWOOD: The Claim of the Boys' Clubs ' (under the auspices of the National Association of Boys' Clubs)

5XX Daventry, 8 November 1929 18.30

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