Kenilworth Girlguiding festival day returns for first time since the pandemic

By Helen Lloyd

29th Sep 2023 | Local News

Youngsters from Kenilworth's Abbey district gathered together last Saturday for the funday (image supplied)
Youngsters from Kenilworth's Abbey district gathered together last Saturday for the funday (image supplied)

Around 100 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and their leaders from Abbey district came together for a festival of activities last Saturday (September 22).

This was the first time since before Covid that the girls had met for an event.

Organisers said it was a "fantastic day of fun in the sunshine".

The girls took part in a variety of activities including dancing, making s'mores on a campfire, circus skills, face painting, crafts, sports, tie dying, making mock tails and a visit from the ice cream van.

They were all given a celebratory necker and fun fest badge.

Helen Lloyd, leader of 12th Kenilworth Brownies said: 'We decided as a district we wanted to give the girls an event to remember.

"We spent months planning it and it was great to see all the girls enjoying themselves."

     

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