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going to pop concerts! I’m very lucky. In Rainbows and Brownies the girls are much younger so have to be steered in certain directions. In the Guides they are starting to become independent young women so we never tell them what to do, we always discuss ideas and decide a plan together.” The group often gets out of Dartmouth with one-night camps, day trips and other events. Every June they attend a South West weekend camp called the Hurdlestone Challenge. Over the course of two days the girls get to try new activities such as rifle shooting, 5-aside football and archery (and there’s also a popular disco). Sharon, who used to be in the Navy, says they also get


MEMBER PROFILES:


Name: Maisie Age: 10 Guides start date: December 2018


Best part: Learning new things, the trips out and the hikes. You get to work inde- pendently - deciding what badges to go for and then everyone helps you achieve them.


Best outdoor experience so far: Cooking breakfast ourselves on Blackpool Sands, it was so much fun. We did bacon and sausage baps, but we did drop quite a lot of it on the beach!


Top treats: Chocolate and sweets.


Favourite school subjects: Art and English. Top TV programme: Operation Ouch!


Domestic chores: I make the tea, do the dishes and clean my room. Pet: A three-legged cat (we call him Tipsy).


Other hobbies: Choir, hockey and cooking club - we made flapjacks once which were so nice! I also swim a couple of times a week!


Career Choice: Make-up artist.


Name: Sophia Age: 10


Best part about guides: Meeting lots of new people from other schools that we wouldn’t normally get to meet. I like getting the badges and I really like the games.


Tonight’s game: We have to sit in circle and throw a dice. If we roll a six we get to have a go at breaking up a big bar of chocolate, but we have to wear big gloves and use a knife and fork! If we get a bit off we can eat it.


Three words people might use to describe you: Funny, weird and enthusiastic.


Favourite board game: Cluedo. Common phrase used at school: “Look at that dude!” Bravest act: I once picked up a tarantula.


Favourite subject: Science. I love doing all the ex- periments. I have made slime and sherbet and done food testing to see which things go mouldy.


Career choice: Scientist. If you are interested in joining the group go to www.girlguiding.org.uk


involved with the local community as much as possible; helping out around Dartmouth with litter picking, planting flower displays and mak- ing Christingles for church services. A number of girls from the Dartmouth group are currently raising money to go to Switzerland in June to the World Guiding Centre chalet, which is high up in the mountains. In the winter girls get to go skiing and snowboarding and, when the slopes go green in the summer, the activities include rock climbing, hiking and rafting.


Maisie (left) and Sophia


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