This week has seen the end of term for most of our schools although some were earlier and Buccaneer Blades have been SOO busy – so sorry for the lack of postings!
We have been involvd in a range of varied projects all across the conty from advising on the fight scenes for a Year 6 production of MacBeth (St. Marks Junior School ), to full school activity days (Tuffley and Robinswood Primary schools), Prospectus photos for Rosehill Prep school and end of term parties for Scout and Guiding groups all over the South West.
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GIRL Guides, Brownies and Rainbows joined together for a celebratory end of year party.
Members of the 17th Gloucester Salvation Army Brownies and Guides took part in a series of sporting activities and games.
Held at the Salvation Army Hall, in Eastgate Street, they had fencing lessons and played football on the grounds.
The lessons were courtesy of the Buccaneer Blades Fencing Club, from Cheltenham.
It was also to celebrate the Guides’ centenary year.
The party, thrown by the Guides for the Brownies and Rainbows in order to achieve their party planning badge, was also to mark the need for more members.
Girl Guiding co-ordinator Amy Matthews said: “It was a really enjoyable evening. It was a chance for all the girls to get together and to let people know we have Girl Guiding at the Salvation Hall.”
For information on joining, call 01452 311 322