Blogs for the Foreseeable - Trees that play dead. And spare squirrels.
In this week's Blogs for the Foreseeable, Helen tells us the tale of Katreena, the tree that played dead! Read on to know the full story and how Katreena showed Helen the importance of persisting in guiding.
Girlguiding Sussex East county held the amazing Midsummer Madness 20 - a virtual camp for the county held over the Midsummer solstice weekend with over 700 virtual campers taking part! Read on to find out all about it.
5th Ashford Brownies celebrate their 50th birthday!
We may not be able to meet in person at the moment, but 5th Ashford Brownies didn’t let that stop them celebrating their 50th anniversary - they had a virtual tour through the history of the unit, a quiz and sung happy birthday with cake which made for a very enjoyable meeting!
The 4th & 5th Northwood Brownies had an amazing virtual pack holiday and their leaders Jane and Helen shared everything with us. They created their own dens, worked towards their Aviation badge, performed their favourite songs and so much more!
Blogs for the Foreseeable: Love thy postman, but mind the toad
In this week's Blogs for the Foreseeable, Helen BB talks post. Mailing things out is a great way to ensure you keep in touch with girls regardless of their online access - and is sure to bring them joy!
Keeping the guiding spirit alive with campfire songs
Issy and Lily have been keeping leaders and girls in touch with guiding by producing daily campfire songs for their whole district to use. Here, they tell us why it was important for them to do it - and more about their favourite songs to sing!
Blogs for the Foreseeable: How not to be a severed head
In the latest Blogs for the Foreseeable, Helen BB talks Zoom. How and why it's working for her units, tips on using the functions to your advantage, and a suggestion for making it more accessible - plus some VERY important advice on webcam angles!