If you were unable to attend the open evening and would like to find out more about volunteering or joining, please click to email Debbie Lawson
An Open Evening will be held this Friday for all those interested in helping to bring girl guiding back to Frankley.
The evening, led by girl guiding volunteers from Northfield division, will bring existing volunteers and youngsters who participate together with those who would be interested in volunteering with or joining new units in Frankley. There are currently no groups in Frankley.
Adults who are interested in volunteering can speak with existing volunteers and learn more about the guiding movement.
Girls interested in joining can find out what’s on offer by meeting existing members from the Northfield area.
Girlguiding was born over 100 years ago when a group of girls gatecrashed the first boy scouts’ rally in 2009 and asked creator Robert Baden-Powell to do something for girls, too.
And the movement is still going strong, now welcoming girls from the age of 5 up to 25 years old in different groups: Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Seniors.
If you’d like to find out more, pop along to the open evening!
When: 5pm-8pm Friday 31st January 2014
Where: Frogmill Community Centre, Wareham Road, Frankley B45 0JS (next to Forestdale Primary School)