Girlguiding campfire event at Hautbois House celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
A group of rainbows and guilds from the North Norfolk Division attended a campfire to celebration the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Campfire took place in the grounds of Hautbois House on lime pits campsite, owned by Girlguiding Anglia.
The group lit three campfires, one for each district, which represented the three parts of the guide promise, and more than 300 members of girlguiding attended.
The three campfires where lit by senior section members from each district - Emily Paffett for Felbrigg, Gemma Strange for Alysham and Georgie Lee for North Walsham.
There were five campfire leaders who led the songs in turn, including a traditional opening song of campfire burning.
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During the evening long service awards were given out to Di Scott, for 20 years at Third Alysham Guides, Tina Allen for 10 years at Second Sheringham Brownies, Sue Comer, for 10 years within guiding and Kerry Baker, for five year at Fourth Sheringham Brownies.
Thanks were give to the campfire leaders Shelia Ford, Alison Sheridan, Penny Goodman, Tina Allen and Sam Coggins. Every member who attend the campfire received a special Diamond Jubilee badge to sew on their campfire blanket.
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