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Friday, 11 September 2015 11:14

What is the Kiro?

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What is a Kiro Badge and it's Origin's

 

Two questions that the NCSF is often asked are "What is the Kiro?" and "Where is the Kiro Badge Worn?".

 

You can read the answers in detail by "clicking here" or visitng the Resources - Guidance and Information section on this website.

A brief explanation is given below :-

 

The Kiro is a symbol and not a thing.

The KIRO is made up of two characters superimposed on each other.

These two characters are the Greek letters X and P.

The Greek letter X is written ‘ch’ and pronounced ‘ki’; P is written ‘rho’ and pronounced ‘row’.

 

The Kiro Badge of any stocked colour is normally worn as a Group Badge

on the point of the Neckerchief or on the shirt sleeve below County and District Badges.

Saturday, 21 March 2015 00:00

90th Anniversary Badge

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The 90th Anniversary Badge Order Form is now available for download...

 90th Anniversary Badge

2015 sees the 90th anniversary of the NCSF’s founding body, the Catholic Scout Advisory council.

 

To mark this occasion, a special anniversary badge has been produced for all Catholics in Scouting to wear on their uniform.

 

You can access this form directly from here.

 

You can now download an order form from the Resources, Guidance and Information section which you can print off and indicate the quantity of badges you require.

You must then send this to the address indicated on the form and remember to include your remittance in the form of a cheque.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 00:00

Badge Order Form

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The Badge (resources) Order Form is now available for download...

 

You can access this form directly from here.

You can now download an order form from the Resources, Guidance and Information section which you can print off and indicate your badge and other resources requirements.

You must then send this to the address indicated on the form and remember to include your remittance in the form of a cheque.