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St Asaph Guides

It’s been a successful start to the new term with Guides completing their “Go For It” Globalistic by participating in four activities including printing on pillowcases, making a delicious exotic fruit salad and looking at world fashions. The Guides have also completed their Agility Interest Badge. They are now working towards their “Go For It” Life wise by trying their hand at interior design and looking at stereotypes.
On October 1st we hosted a MacMillan Coffee Morning at Trefnant Village Hall. There were many delicious cakes on offer and everyone who attended gave generously. We raised £190.29 to help support people living with cancer.
On November 13th our Guides attended the Remembrance Sunday service and parade in St Asaph. The girls were honoured to represent their unit at the event and carried our unit flags with pride.
There’s still lots planned for this term including tenpin bowling, ice skating, promise ceremonies and a Christmas party!
We have had a few new recruits in recent weeks but still have spaces available. Guides are aged 10 to 14 years. If your daughter is interested in joining us, please contact Laura on 07761734601 or at for more details.
The Guides also attended the Remembrance Service at the Cathedral and are pictured here with their Standard Bearers .

St. Asaph Brownies

The 2nd St Asaph Brownies opened its doors on 8th September 2016 when 14 eager girls arrived.They have taken part in activities relating to the Brownie promise and law as well as working for the Hostess, Artist and Entertainer badges.The girls also took part in a sports night and went on a discovery trail around St Asaph.Membership is now up to full capacity with 24 girls in total.
Weto the Remembrance Service at the Cathedral on Sunday 13th November and the Brownies are due to make their Promise on Thursday 17th November.
The Brownies will be making a selection of Christmas crafts in the coming weeks and are going out for a special treat just before Christmas.We are also organising a visit to a local care home to sing carols for the residents for which the girls will be learning carols in English, Welsh and sign language. After the Christmas break our first meeting will be a snowman drive and the girls want to do all sorts of other activities including recycling, salt dough and cooking activities to name a few.
If your daughter is interested in joining Brownies please contact us to put her on the waiting list. We are still looking to recruit additional adult leaders and helpers please contact Julie Shaw on you are interested.Thank you.