27th Norwich Rainbows celebrate their 10th anniversary
The 27th Norwich Rainbows have been celebrating their 10th anniversary of being a Rainbow pack.
One of the celebrations saw the girls learn how to put bandages onto wounds and to take a look at two ambulances, brought in by Nigel Briggs and Ian Tully from Norvic Ambulance Service.
Julie Brociek-Coulton, spokesman for the 27th Rainbows, said: 'We want to thank them for the fantastic way they showed the girls how to put on a bandage and for showing us the inside of their ambulances.
'The girls had a really fantastic time apart from when the siren was pushed as it was really loud.'
Other celebrations lined up include a Mad Hatter's Tea Party at Hautbois House, near Coltishall, going climbing at Open, a trip to Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, in Reedham, and Sewell Park Fayre day on Sunday, July 15.
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Anyone with a daughter aged five to seven years old who would like to join the 27th Rainbows on a Tuesday evening at Christchurch Church Hall can call Julie on 07786 694325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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