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Brownie Guides



What do Brownies do?


Brownies have fun! They take part in indoor and outdoor activities that challenge them to do their best. Their meetings are action-packed and full of challenges, games and activities, usually ones that the Brownies have suggested themselves. Everything a Brownie does is an adventure - it's a world of excitement, new interests and friends.

Brownies belong to a Pack and work in small groups called Sixes. This gives each girl a group of ready-made friends to take care of her. It also makes her feel that she belongs to something special.

Brownies meet regularly, usually once a week during school terms. There are often opportunities for Brownies to take part in special activities and events throughout the year. Many Brownie Packs go away on holiday, to camp or on an overnight sleepover.

Who can be a Brownie?

Brownies are usually aged between seven and ten, although some Brownies stay in the unit until they are a little bit older. Any girl over the age of seven can become a Brownie as long as she is able to understand, and wants to make, the Brownie Guide Promise.

The Brownie Promise

I promise that I will do my best:
To love my God,
To serve the Queen and my country,
To help other people, and
To keep the Brownie Guide Law.

Brownie Wear

Each Brownie chooses what she wants to wear from a range of items - it is up to each girl to decide which items she likes. This choice allows Brownies to be themselves but also makes them feel part of the Pack.


Contact Us

for further information about Brownie Guides in Hemyock, please contact:

Sandra Aldworth
The School House
Clayhidon
EX15 3PL
07881 923 285
saldworth2@aol.com

We meet on Tuesdays during term time, 5.30pm until 7.00pm

 

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A damp and murky start, but brighter and milder later.

Today:

A rather damp and murky start for many, with outbreaks of rain or drizzle and extensive hill fog. However, it will become generally drier with some brighter spells developing during the afternoon. Becoming very mild in the brighter spells. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.

Tonight:

It will be a cloudy night, with outbreaks of rain, drizzle and extensive hill fog. However, there will be drier and clearer conditions reaching the north and west by morning. Minimum Temperature 6 °C.

Tuesday:

After a cloudy and damp start for some, it will become drier and brighter, with good spells of sunshine developing. Feeling decent in the sunshine, despite the northerly breeze. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Dry and bright, with sunny spells and turning increasingly colder during this period, with widespread frosts overnight. A brisk easterly wind developing by Thursday, making it feel much colder.

Updated at: 0211 on Mon 19 Feb 2018



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