Why not take on Middlesex North West County’s 30 Days of Summer Challenge and enjoy lots of activities which you can do at home or in your local area? There is something for everyone, from growing your own flowers and making jewellery to going on a walk / hike and watching the sunset. Whether you are doing something for the first time or developing your skills, make the challenge your own and complete the activities at your level. The suggested sections for each activity are a guide. Rec
On the 12th June Harrow & Pinner and Wealdstone Divisions held a joint picnic for the Queen. Around 100 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Leaders celebrated at Willow Tree. We had our own Bake Off and the girls enjoyed meeting other members of Girlguiding. There were competitions for the best decorated cakes and we also held a crown design competition.
Harrow Guides’ Winter Weekend coincided with World Thinking Day, so of course the theme was ‘International’! Activities included Chinese character designs and lanterns, Australian cookies, friendship pins, a ’round-the-world’ fashion show and Maori stick dancing, as well as plenty of games, and a night walk. We celebrated Thinking Day on the 22nd by learning about each others’ experiences of travelling and living in other parts of the world.
Around 100 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers from Harrow Town and Roxeth Districts celebrated World Thinking Day together. Activities were based around the four world centres. We made classic tourist posters of London; Mexican tissue paper bunting; learnt the dandiya stick dance from India, and for Switzerland, well the chocolate game of course! A great time was had by all, and over £100 was raised for the World Thinking Day fund.
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