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The long jump sand was turned into a trea­sure pit which the girls had to pan in the hunt for for­tune.

There was a glad­i­a­tor chal­lenge, a bungee swing, an in­flat­able galleon, mu­sic work­shops, arts and crafts and a bid to make a gi­ant ginger­bread man with the help of Miki and Jolly Dizzy the clowns.

The day was rounded off with a sur­prise disco.

Among the Rain­bow groups tak­ing part were the 1st South Ash­ford group, 1st Mer­sham, Eythorne, 4th Folk ke­stone, and d Herne

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Rain­bows mak­ing a gi­ant ginger­bread man

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1st Mer­sham Rain­bows find­ing trea­sure in the long jump sand


District com­mis­sioner Sue Sherlock pre­sent­ing Baden Pow­ell Chal­lenge awards to Chloe How­ers and Ali­son Hen­der­son from Ruckinge Guides

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