Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors . . .
The Brownie Promise is very important and when you make your promise it should be really special.
Brownies making their Promise
The Brownie Promise is ... I promise that I will do my best, to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people and to keep the Brownie Guide Law.
The Brownie Guide Law is ... A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn every day.
It is very important that every Brownie understands what she is saying when she makes her promise. There are some activities in your Becoming a Brownie book to help you understand your promise and your Leaders will be able to help you too.
When you make your Brownie promise you will be given a badge and certificate to remind you of this special occasion.
4th Prescot (Methodist) Brownies will return to our refurbished premises following the Christmas break.
We have had another action packed year at Brownies, designining and making hats for our Mad Hatters Tea Party and attending Brownie Camp at Waddow Hall for a weekend of Robin Hood adventures. In October we celebrated our 50th Birthday with a day at the Crocky Trail joined by some Sunday School members.and attended a Harvest festival service at the Church where the Brownies delighted the congregation with an informative parade of Brownie uniforms from the past 50 years. Two girls made their promises during the service and we celebrated with the congregation with tea and birthday cake..
First Aid, Speakers and Safety at Home badges have been earned and some Brownies have moved up into Guides while other girls have joined us as new Brownies.
Brownies sewed lavender bags for Mother's Day and with the help of Guiders, Mums and Nans have learned to knit sqares which were transformed into Bunnies with a few stiches which were displayed on the notice board.
We continue to remain busy and have fun and thank all those who support us.