Keyingham Guides was opened on 9th April 1969 and we are a still
a very active and thriving unit, with 20 Guides, two Leaders (Dianne
and Carol) and three Young Leaders. Although at the moment we
don't have a waiting list, we can only have twelve Guides per
leader so we are very nearly full - if you think you might like
to join us, please contact
Dianne soon so you can reserve one of the remaining places!
do all sorts of things - at our weekly meetings we play
games, do crafts and learn a lot of different things. Sometimes
we work in Patrols doing things we have chosen and sometimes
we work together as a unit.
are all keen campers, and our annual Summer Camp is the
highlight of our year. Some of the older girls (those over
13) have attended Selection Camps and for two years running
we have had girls selected to go to International camps
abroad! Some of them have also joined in the Senior Section
' Silly Chilly' camp - so called because it's held in early
held a big unit camp in the summer of 2005 and nearly all of us
went. This (above) is our unit's own Camper Badge - we have different
colours for each camp attended, as well as doing the official
Interest Badges. Most of us have now earned the "official"
Camper Badge by now and we are hoping to get our Advanced Camper
in the next year or two.
have had several new girls join our unit this year, so our Patrols
have been reorganised yet again ; as patrols we enjoy doing GFIs
and Interest Badges. We also do a lot of things together as a
whole unit - we especially like to EAT!
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