Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and volunteers proudly wore their guiding uniforms to schools across Croxley in celebration of World Thinking Day on Wednesday, February 22.
World Thinking Day is an important date in the Guiding and Scouting calendars, celebrated annually since 1926 on the joint birthday of their respective founders, and is a time for groups to reflect on important issues.
Janet Eavis, division commissioner for South-West Hertfordshire, explained the importance of the guiding movement.
She said: “Guiding is a fantastic opportunity for girls from four to 18 to try new things, make friends and have fun.
“However, more volunteers are urgently needed as some of the groups in Croxley are facing imminent closure. Girlguiding is modern and flexible – so please contact us even if you cannot come along every week!
“Becoming a volunteer gives you the opportunity to make a real difference in your local community.”
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