Hove Scout supported the people queuing for Queen’s Lying-in-State

A SCOUT volunteer helped support people queuing for the Queen’s berth.

Jonathan Whittle from Hove joined Samaritan volunteers to help people queuing to pay their respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Jonathan was one of 120 Boy Scouts across the country who agreed to help ahead of the Queen’s funeral yesterday.

Boy Scouts have supported Her Majesty for seven decades, including her coronation.

The highest honor in scouting was the Queen’s Scout Award, where young people followed Her Majesty’s example in community, kindness and duty to the country.

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Jonathan said, “I feel so privileged to have been asked to play this role. When I made my scouting promise, I promised to do my duty to the queen, and now I feel like I will.

“I am so honored.”

Jonathan volunteered to work shifts with other Boy Scouts at Victoria Tower Gardens to guide and protect the public and join the thousands of people paying their respects to Her Majesty the Queen.

The Queen’s Scout Award, now King’s Scout Award, was the highest honor in scouting and was awarded for service to others and developing skills such as completing an expedition into the wild.

Since the Queen’s Scout Awards began, over 100,000 of these awards have been presented to young men and women for outstanding personal achievement and service to their local communities.

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