Webteam: March 2018
Guide and Brownie Thinking Day at Keele
On Monday March 5th 6 adults , 5 Guides and 8 Brownies met at the Keele sustainability hub with other groups from Keele, Silverdale and Knutton to think about other groups and to celebrate Guiding around the world.
This year the theme was environmental issues and the impact the girls can have on helping the planet survive.
The girls were split into different groups for activities. The activities were making dragons and owls with recycling material (see pictures ) and playing games with the environmental theme of shrinking ice levels. The other activity was looking at the planets and the fragility of the ozone level in the space dome.
After the activities the girls then had refreshments and finished off with a parade of the flags and prayers.
The sustainability hub was a lovely building and all the girls and leaders enjoyed the night.
It is important for the girls to realize that there are many different groups of Brownies and Guides in the area and also the world! Also that they can play their part, however small, in keeping the fragile world safe.
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