The photograph of the Scout Rally was taken in
the corner of Causeway Lane Field. The house in the background,
on Steep Turnpike, was the home of Dr. Morton. Amongst the names
below are scouts from at least two local Troops.
The 4th Matlock Troop, which was founded by Harold Fletcher,
used a room under the Congregational Church for Scout meetings
for a time. However, the Scout Troop wasn't attached to any of
the local churches and they mostly met in an upstairs room in a
building next to the Boat House Hotel.
On Remembrance Sunday they would march from there, go along Causeway
Lane and then up to the War Memorial on Pic Tor.
Some of the 5th Matlock Scout Troop, who were attached to All
Saint's Church on Smedley Street, are also on the photograph. The
cubs are all in the first two rows, seted on the ground (approximately
nos.40 to 53 on the outline image below). However, there are scouts
amongst them - wearing shirts.
Below is an outline image, but with numbers
added to mark individuals. Not all names are known at this time.