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16/05/2018 - 9th Sittingbourne Brownies

County President, Valerie Hale visited and got into helping the Brownies with Future Girl

 

 

 

16/05/2018 - 9th Sittingbourne Brownies and Guides at Soar

9th Sittingbourne Brownies and Guides enjoyed a evenin at Soar trampoling park. 

16/05/2018 - Bacon Butties

 

Cooking bacon butties at Bredgar & Wormshill Railway

 

 

16/05/2018 - Booklovers

11th Sittingbourne Brownies at the Library earning their booklover badge

25/04/2018 - Rotary club

Some of the picture's taken from a wounderful presentation by senior section at the Rotary club meeting. We would like to say a big thank you for letting the girls have a wonderful weekend away learning lots of new skills. 
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22/02/2018 - Thinking day Sleepover 2018 Sittingbourne Division

188 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section and Leaders in Sittingbourne turned up for the 2018 Thinking Day sleepover in Sittingbourne Division. 

08/02/2018 - 2018 Sparkle and Ice

Sittingbourne Seniors and Guides had a great time camping at Blacklands farms 2018.


04/11/2017 - B.P awards Sittingbourne Division
Two girls from Sittingbourne Division receiving their B.P. awards from Lorna Castle Division Commissioner and Charlotte Pearce, our new Division Guide Advisor. Congratulations Sophie Lewis of 4th Milton Regis (St Mary’s) Guide Unit and Jodie Frost of 1st Bobbing Guide Unit.

27/05/2017 - Get the Buzz at Mystole Arts Camp

Members from all sections of Kent East Girlguiding enjoyed exploring different types of art at Mystole campsite. Rainbows through to members of the Senior Section tried williow crafting, dancing, making masks and bugs. The weekend ended with a bug and butterfly barn dance and a parade of the fantastic bees and butterflies crafted using willow.

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10/05/2017 - Brownies get tips from Kent Police on staying safe

Youngsters from the 10 Ashford St Mary's Brownies have been awarded with their Crime Prevention badges following a visit from Police Community Support Officers’ (PCSOs) Anne Martin and Peter Sawyers on Wednesday 3 May 2017.
 
The children, aged between seven and ten, were given lessons in what to do if they get lost, who to call for help and how to protect themselves. They also asked lots of questions including what officers need to carry with them, what they wear and how they help the public. They also took a keen interest in how custody works and what happens to people after they have been arrested.

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Brownie leader Kelly Horn said: ‘This was a fantastic opportunity for the children to find out all the ways in which police officers help and protect the public on a daily basis. They were so excited to meet the officers and the talk was done in such a way that the girls could easily understand. They were captivated during the session and learnt valuable safety lessons, which have led to them being awarded with their crime prevention and road safety badges.'

PCSO Anne Martin said: ‘The children were really engaged during the talk and that was really rewarding for us. We educated them on personal safety and described the various roles of a Kent Police officer. They were all excited to look in our police car and try on our hats.’

Credit for story to Kent Police: https://www.kent.police.uk/news/policing-news/0517/brownies-get-tips-from-kent-police-on-staying-safe/

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