P.O. PG Quayle RAF VR

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Reference WMO/258086


1st Bispham Scout Headquarters

562 Devonshire Road





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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Hall
  • Brick Brick
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: This is purpose built Scout Hut with space for further lettings. In the entrance is a Nowy styled board, gold border and scout badge in gold top centre. lettering in black. Additionally, a minibus is included and dedicated to the PO Quayle. Significant research has been undertaken by a member of the Scout Team and is available in the Scout Archives.
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This building is dedicated to the memory of/ Pilot Officer Peter Quayle/ 1923 - 1943/ Peter joined 1st Bispham in 1937, in 1939 he became Troop Leader, a position/ he held until 1941, when, at the age of 18, he honoured his Scout Promise to/ do his duty volunteered for the Royal Air Force/ As a Pilot in Bomber Command he completed several missions before being/ shot down over Germany in 1943./ In 2006, his sister, Mrs Gloria Eastwood, left almost her entire estate/ to 1st Bispham in her brothers memory./ Her legacy financed the extensive building work completed in 2014/ We will be forever grateful./ LEST WE FORGET

Pilot Officer Peter Quayle

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