At Spring Downs District Fun Day Brownies made edible shamrock hats, daffodil stained glass windows, fish sand art necklaces and decorated a dragon keyring. The Guides went on a letter hunt round the village to spell out a name of a patron saint, decorated fish shaped boxes and made cupcakes.
Division Commissioner Mary Zoeller said: “This was a great afternoon where the different age groups took part on lots of different activities before coming together for our popular parachute games and a sing song. We’d like to thank Ewell Castle School for kindly letting us use their Sixth Form block for the day, and congratulations to Spring Downs District Commissioner Clare Graham for organising such a successful event.”
Girlguiding offer girls aged five and over weekly meetings, pack holidays, camps, days out and a lot of fun taking part in loads of activities to empower, educate and gain confidence. In Epsom Division there are Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Ranger units with nearly 600 girls who take part in a huge variety of events.
For more information about volunteering with this friendly group and having as much fun as the girls do please contact Mary Zoeller on firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured: Brownies making edible shamrock hats, Guides making fish boxes and everyone enjoying the parachute games!