Skip to content
Get our newsletter
Projects & Queries
You are here:
Currently displaying 6 results.
You've searched for:
Subject: "Children's Clubs and Societies"
Type of content: "Articles"
Type of content
Leamington Spa (2)
Warwickshire unspecified or out of county (2)
Buildings, Architecture and Monuments (1)
Industrial Buildings, Including Mills (1)
Home, Household and Family Affairs (1)
Family Life (1)
Organisations, Clubs and Societies (6)
People (Miscellaneous) (5)
Industrial Age (5)
Modern Age (3)
Juliette Gordon Low: Her Early Life and Leamington Connections
It may seem curious to discover that the woman who eventually founded the Girl Scouts of the United States of America spent a good portion of her life in Wellesbourne. ...
Juliette Gordon Low: Marriage, and Celebrities at Wellesbourne House
When Willy returned to England in 1881, the impetuous couple continued to correspond, disregarding parental objections. Daisy was given the opportunity to see Willy at Beauchamp Hall in Leamington when ...
Juliette Gordon Low: Charitable Work and Artistic Endeavours
Daisy had a very compassionate heart, but Willy tried to dissuade her from doing charitable work. However, Daisy unobtrusively carried on with her kindhearted ways and contributed greatly to Warwickshire ...
Juliette Gordon Low: Heartache, and Meeting Baden-Powell
Although Daisy was thoroughly devoted to her husband, it cannot be said the same for him. Willy had a roving eye and was very keen on women. In 1901, Anna ...
Juliette Gordon Low: A Move Away From Wellesbourne, and Founding the Girl Scouts in the USA
Having rented a summer home in Lochs, she called together a group of girls in the Scottish Highlands, and started her first troop of Girl Guides. When she returned to ...
A Hartshill Life
When I was a child I would meet up with a small group of four or five of my friends who lived around my street as everyone knew each other ...
Privacy and cookies
Copyright and licence