Guides gather for Spring Show in Fareham

9th Catisfield Brownies Amanda, nine, and  Ellie, seven, judge a 'vegetable animal' with Brownie Leader Glenda Ashdown-Watts. Picture: Mick Young (150088-03)
9th Catisfield Brownies Amanda, nine, and Ellie, seven, judge a 'vegetable animal' with Brownie Leader Glenda Ashdown-Watts. Picture: Mick Young (150088-03)
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GUIDES, Rainbows and Brownies gathered together to mark World Thinking Day with a Spring Show.

The girls from divisions around Fareham were given the chance to learn new skills from patchwork to cake decorating and writing at Fareham United Reformed Church.

County Commissioner Anne Munro said: ‘The Spring Show is something that we haven’t done before but all the girls really enjoyed themselves.’

Entries from all the activities were then marked by local Women’s Institute members which awarded some of the girls with a certificate for outstanding work.

‘Everyone was given a certificate of commendation for the work that they had produced on the day,’ said Anne.

Mayor of Fareham David 
Norris visited to see the crafts that the girls had made at the show.