Girlguiding seniors hit the heights
Senior members of Girlguiding Anglia had a high old time when they gathered in Norfolk to mark their organisation's 40th anniversary.
President Dora George and two other chiefs kicked off the celebrations with a sponsored abseil off the tower at the girl guides' residential and activity centre in Hautbois, near Coltishall.
Their feat marked the start of a �36,000 fund-raising drive for a new abseil and climbing tower offering two different heights and a number of climbing challenge walls.
The trio were among more than 50 Girlguiding Anglia members, all of whom had made a significant contribution to the region's development over the decades, who took part in a day of reflection and celebration at the Hautbois centre, ending with birthday cake and tea.
To donate money to the climbing tower call 01603 7737 357 or visit http://www.hautbois.org.uk/news-aid153.html
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