Brown­ies en­joy first hol­i­day

Macclesfield Express - - YOUR PICTURES -

BROWN­IES in­vaded a quiet vil­lage for its first pack hol­i­day.

The 18 girls from four units in Poynton vis­ited Ros­th­erne and Tat­ton Park.

Among the ac­tiv­i­ties they en­joyed were crafts and pet­ting baby farm an­i­mals.

Lyn­d­say Lamb, Brownie leader, said: “The week­end was or­gan­ised by the Guide lead­ers and two Rain­bow lead­ers who wanted to give the girls the op­por­tu­nity to at­tend a res­i­den­tial week­end away.

“The girls had an amaz­ing time on their ad­ven­ture which in­cluded spend­ing the day at Tat­ton Park which in­volved a trac­tor ride from the gates, run­ning around the fan­tas­tic gar­dens, play­ing on the park and get­ting hands-on with the baby an­i­mals on the farm.

“The girls made dif­fer­ent crafts in­clud­ing mad hat­ters hats, sparkly glasses and masks ready for their mad hat­ters tea party and they even watched a film on a big screen in their pjs.

“The Brown­ies all made new friends, learnt new skills like wash­ing up and peel­ing pota­toes and had the time of their lives.”

●● Poynton Brown­ies at their mad hat­ters tea party dur­ing their week­end away

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