Anniversary marked as Southwold Girlguiding members take part in treasure hunt
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TREASURE HUNT: Southwold Girlguiding members have been taking part in a fun-filled treasure hunt to mark 100 years of the Senior Section.
The Southwold Rangers joined more than 100 girls and young women as part of the 'Clueless in Cambridge' event.
Members, aged between 14 and 25, joined in with the giant treasure hunt with the aim of cracking codes and navigating obstacle courses in a race against the clock.
The event, held on Saturday, January 30, saw members working in teams to complete a number of tasks around the historic city centre, racing to complete the course in a set time.
Harriet Howard, 15, from the Southwold Rangers, said: 'I attended Clueless in Cambridge as it sounded like it would be interesting and a good opportunity to explore the city. I enjoy being in a member of the Senior Section as it's a great way to meet new people.'
Girlguiding's Senior Section is open to all girls aged 14 to 25, offering a host of opportunities to older girls in guiding – from international travel and outdoor adventure sports to peer mentoring, advocacy and leadership skills.
Visit www.girlguiding.org.uk for further details.
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