Volunteers Needed for Chiswick Brownies

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The 11th Chiswick Brownie Pack at St. Michael's Church in Elmwood Road is looking for volunteers to help manage the unit. The pack has been a part of the local community for 62 years but the Brownie Pack leader Angela Humphriss needs some help, following the recent departure of her co-leader.

Volunteers are urgently needed to join in as Unit Helpers or Assistant leaders so that more girls can join up. At the moment, the unit is full and there is a waiting list.

The 11th Chiswick Brownie Pack was formed in January 1950 and the unit is part of the wider Girlguiding UK association, catering for girls aged between 7-10 years old. The pack meets on Friday evenings during term time, at the St. Michael's Centre hall adjacent to the church on Elmwood Road.

"The girls get involved in a range of activities, from games and activities to helping out at the church summer fete. We also work to achieve Brownie badges; this year we have covered badges involving art and music and next we will be working on gardening and sign language skills!" says Angela Humphriss.

Contact Kay Thomson - kayftmail@aol.com

February 17, 2012

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