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On Saturday 16th April, some of our 1st Alsagers Bank and Halmer End Brownies took part in the Town Crier Parade in the centre of Newcastle under Lyme.

We were the only Brownie Pack there alongside the Porthill Scouts Band, and the Beavers and Cubs from Audley.

This was a very special day for one of our Brownies, as she won the Colouring Competition, giving her the opportunity to have lunch with the Town Criers in the chambers in Newcastle under Lyme Civic Offices!

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