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I agree with Ed, that was exactly my reasoning. I apologise for not having explained myself at the time - I've been quite ill (still recovering) and didn't have much time online at that moment. --Gibmetal 77talk 14:50, 21 April 2010 (UTC)
Thanks, I'm doing a bit better now. I'd say there's definitely scope for the category to hold new articles. If the sections in this article are expanded sufficiently we could separate it into two (one on the scouts and one on the girl guides. There's also scope for articles on the Gibraltar Sea Scouts, etc. As Chris has agreed I'll make the changes. --Gibmetal 77talk 22:34, 14 May 2010 (UTC)
As a member of the 1/4 scouts in Gib in the 1970s I remember there being several other packs. I seem to recall the 2nd were extant, the 3rd hadmerged with the 5th to be the seas scouts There was an Air scout pack Then the Royal Green Jackets arrived and brought their pack, which I think went open as the 3rd Europa and outlasted the battalion. There might have been one more.
Does anyone have better information including formation / dissolution dates.
I know there were many guide troops but forget the numbering. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 22:50, 3 October 2017 (UTC)