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St Peters Rainbows keep their guiding promise

Rainbow leader Rosemary Noble, with helpers and girls at Mallydams Wood [back row, l-r: Rosemary, Sarah (young leader) and Louise (assistant leader).

St Peter’s Rainbows went off to the RSPCA Mallydams Wood wildlife rescue centre recently with a special gift: 21 feeding bowls. The Rainbows  (youngest section of Guiding) had taken up a nationwide challenge marking the 21st anniversary of the movement’s founding to find a way of being ‘kind, helpful and keeping their guiding promise’ by collecting the bowls and donating them to the animal sanctuary. The girls were later given a guided tour and treated to a short talk about the work carried out at Mallydams. Rainbow leader Rosemary Noble adds that  as they have a waiting list of girls wanting to join, she would be delighted to hear from any adults who might be willing to give an hour (4.30 to 5.30 on Tuesdays) of their time to help run this well-established unit. At present the number of girls in the group is twelve and cannot increase until more helpers come forward. Anyone interested, please call Rosemary on 445117.

Further picture information:  Girls, left to right: Cleo, Millie, Kitty, Jessica, Amelia, Lucy, Mollie and Olivia (clutching Rainbow mascot, Oliver]

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