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The first weekend of half term saw 1st Tadcaster Guides and 3rd Copmanthorpe Brownies set off to London for a weekend of fun and adventure. Emily Ducat a leader with 1st Tadcaster Guides was to be presented with her Queeen’s Guide Award during our stay at Pax Lodge. Whist Brownies set off from York on
On Saturday 2nd December, Rainbows from across the County joined Santa for a very special journey on the Santa Express.
Barbara Semmens North Yorkshire South County Vice President. Barbara came to York in the early 1970’s with her husband who was taking up the post of Deputy Curator of the Railway Museum, which was just opening. She and her husband had been Badge testers before coming to York and were again offering to do
Photographs from Flamingo Fling.
You can catch Rebecca Cook, leader of 1st Rawcliffe Brownies, on BBC Radio York between 10-11am on Friday 1st September. She will be talking about her volunteer role as Branches Adviser (she is responsible for Guiding in the UK Overseas Territories) and Girlguiding – some of her Brownies have already been to BBC Radio York
We decided to go to Poacher as we wanted our girls to experience a ‘big camp’. As a unit that only opened 4 years ago, we have only ever been on smaller camps, such as our own unit, weekend camp and more recently our County Camp as a taster of an adventurous, larger camp. 2