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1st Roydon Senior Girl Guide Group celebrates award success

PUBLISHED: 16:00 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:05 09 October 2017

Members of the 1st Roydon Senior Girl Guide group. From left to right: Rebekah Knights , Martha Phillips, Mollie Pilsbury-gaunt, Lauren Turberville, Katie Brame and Alex Oslavio. Picture: Emily Pilsbury-Gaunt

Members of the 1st Roydon Senior Girl Guide group. From left to right: Rebekah Knights , Martha Phillips, Mollie Pilsbury-gaunt, Lauren Turberville, Katie Brame and Alex Oslavio. Picture: Emily Pilsbury-Gaunt

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A South Norfolk guide group are celebrating after a number of its members have earned prestigious awards.

A South Norfolk guide group are celebrating after a number of its members have earned prestigious awards.

Three members of the 1st Roydon Senior Girl Guide Group were recently awarded their Commonwealth award

The award is designed to teach members about their home country and the states belonging to the Commonwealth.

Two gained their Young Leader award and two gained their Adult Leader award, which sees the girls take an active part in running a Rainbow, Brownie or Girl Guide unit

There have also been a number of Lookwider badges and certificates handed out.

The programme has eight themes which cover everything from fitness to community action.

Emily Pilsbury-Gaunt, Guider in charge at 1st Roydon, said: “It has been brilliant to see our members taking full advantage of the opportunities available to them as a senior section member.”

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