A Beaver jumper made from grey acrylic sweatshirt fabric. It has a round neck and long sleeves, and has several woven nylon badges sewn on to the chest and right sleeve. At the back of the neckband, on the inside, is a white ribbon name tape embroidered with the owner's name, and a manufacturer's label. The badges sewn to the front of the jumper comprise a purple 'Scouts' badge, sewn below the 'Beaver' logo which was embroidered in red during manufacture, and a diamond-shaped Beaver badge - a brown beaver on a log on a yellow background, bound in red with a red 'Scout' emblem at the top On the right sleeve are a green badge which has '24th Burton (1st Rolleston)' embroidered in yellow and a green badge bordered in red which shows the Burton-on-Trent and Staffordshire Scouts badges.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Mrs Sue J. Fraser in July 2007.
Makers and roles
Scout Shops , maker