Rain­bow Guides on move dur­ing busy year of events

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A Stir­ling Girl­guid­ing group has en­joyed a suc­cess­ful year fol­low­ing a switch to new premises.

The 3rd Stir­ling Rain­bows moved to a Guide Hut in Glebe Av­enue, Stir­ling, in Au­gust.

Young leader Lily Ham­bly (15) spent her sum­mer on a com­mu­nity ac­tion project in south­ern Africa, vis­it­ing Le­sotho Girl Guides. It was an ex­pe­ri­ence of a life­time for Lily.

Lead­ers, young lead­ers and guides also spent a week­end in Copen­hagen on the Girl­guid­ing Scot­land ‘Dash to Den­mark’ event in April.

Rain­bows worked to­gether to learn how to make a den and fol­lowed the trail to com­plete a trea­sure hunt, as part of their Have Ad­ven­tures badge work. They fin­ished the year at the River­side­panto at the Cowane Cen­tre.

Rain­bows is the Girl­guid­ing of­fer for girls aged five to seven and there are spa­ces avail­able in units across Forth Val­ley.

Learn­ing Rachel Lawrence and Olivia Kennedy, aged 6

Trav­els Vicki Ham­bly, Hannah Drum­mond, Lily Ham­bly, El­iz­a­beth Ham­bly, Ruth Burns and Annie McCaskell in Den­mark

Fes­tive fun Guides en­joy their visit to the pan­tomime

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