Girlguides from Helsby have been taking part in an event to mark 100 years of history in the association.
The ‘Rangers Rewind’ was held at Girlguiding North West England’s headquarters to mark a century of Girlguiding’s Senior Section.
Emily Seabright, Amber Lovell and Lucy Owen from the 4th Helsby Guide Unit were rewarded for their hard work as young leaders.
It saw girls from across the North West come together to celebrate their heritage through fun and interactive sessions.
Region chief commissioner Julie Bell said: “I was really excited to see girls and young women enjoying our heritage event with their leaders in a really active day.
“It was great to see how many activities they could participate in.”
The girls took a trip down memory lane by undertaking activities that Senior Section members and Rangers would have participated in as part of their programme.
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Girlguiding’s Senior Section is open to all girls aged 14 to 25, offering a host of amazing opportunities to older girls in guiding – from international travel and outdoor adventure sports to peer mentoring, advocacy and leadership skills.
For more information about how to get involved with Girlguiding, the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK, visit www.girlguiding.org.uk.
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