Share your scouting memories - and see who you know in our pictures

Cub scout Richard Greenhalgh, left, presenting a scarf to pack leader Robert Strong in 1980.
Cub scout Richard Greenhalgh, left, presenting a scarf to pack leader Robert Strong in 1980.

Today we feature more photos of cub scouts from the 1970s and 80s.

In those days the cubs were busy “doing their duty” by taking party in parades and helping others, thanks to fundraising events.

South Shields cub scouts leaving their assembly point at Bollingbroke Hall in procession to  St Michael's Church for the annual St George's Day service.

South Shields cub scouts leaving their assembly point at Bollingbroke Hall in procession to St Michael's Church for the annual St George's Day service.

These days, many of those pictured will be in their 40s.

It would be interesting to discover what has happened to them in the intervening years.

Please get in touch if you recognise any of the youngsters and can reveal what they went on to do after hanging up their caps and woggles (if indeed they did).

For how many of them stayed in the scouting movement?

Gerry Aynsley, left, of the 7th South Shields, Northfield Gardens Cub pack presents a cheque to Jim Hayton,  representing the North of England Children's Cancer Research Fund. The cash was raised in the sponsored Children's Cancer Run.

Gerry Aynsley, left, of the 7th South Shields, Northfield Gardens Cub pack presents a cheque to Jim Hayton, representing the North of England Children's Cancer Research Fund. The cash was raised in the sponsored Children's Cancer Run.

What are your scouting memories?