Brownie Guide


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Brownie Guide

(ˈbraʊnɪ) or

Brownie

n
a member of the Brownie Guides, one of the junior branches (aged 7–10 years) in The Guide Association
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Jess, a Brownie guide, also came up with the idea to name the National War Horse monument in Berkshire with her fellow Brownies and Guides deciding on the name Poppy.
"A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn every day, and we've certainly been instilling this in the girls through our fundraising."
Mum-of-three Helen, a Brownie guide for 45 years said: "I hope my award will act as a message to every volunteer in every corner of the country to show them that what they're doing really matters."
"My mother was a brownie guide, my sister started a guides group, and I was a guide lieutenant at school, so it certainly runs in the family.
ACCORDING to the motto, a Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn every day.
Gone is the tradition of making a cup of tea to prove a Brownie's worth - today's youngsters are employing their passion for gadgets to earn their Brownie Guide badges.
In mid leap, the girls - aged seven to 10 - will declare: 'I promise that I will do my best to love my group, to serve my Queen and my country and to help other people and to keep the brownie guide law.'
However,her time isn't just taken up with looking after her daughter and being a trainee probation officer while studying for qualifications.Candice, whose partner still has a close relationship with Kya,is also a PTA member on a board of school governors,and a Brownie Guide leader.
pounds 1000Who is the leader of a Brownie Guide or Boy Scout pack?