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Several of our Brownies are moving on to Guides after Easter which means there are now spaces available for girls wishing to join Brownies.

We meet weekly on a Tuesday at the Audlem Scout and Guide hall between 5.45 and 7pm. Brownies are for 7-10 year olds.

We are now enjoying the new Guiding programme, discussed in the media last Autumn and which is proving to be very popular with the girls. Activities which cover self awareness and health, world issues, inventions to encourage lateral thinking, outdoor adventures to learn survival skills and community action to make a positive difference are completed throughout the year.

Extra events such as sleepovers and camps are also popular!

If your daughter(s) are interested in joining us, please register for a number through the Girlguiding 'Join Us' system here or email 1staudlembrownies@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you!

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