Brownies and St George
Chelford resident Geraldine Earl, a member of the St George Society which promotes English traditions and culture, visited Chelford Brownies recently to explain some history about the patron saint of England.
She gave each Brownie a St George flag, and the girls made the Union flag in cut-outs so they could see how the English flag forms part of the flag of the Unted Kingdom. Geraldine kindly made each Brownie a St George's Day biscuit, decorated with the English flag.
This term the Brownies are also working on their 'Friend to Animals' badge, and preparing for their annual Pack Holiday weekend away.
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