Brownies.

The Brownies are girls aged seven to ten. They meet on Wednesday evenings between 6:30pm and 7:45pm

Brownie Leaders:

Diana Rudd, Wendy Shields, Diane Leeson, Suzanne Lindsay

Brownies follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure. The name reflects the world of exciting opportunities, challenges and fun that is Brownies.

Girls take part in lots of activities at their regular meetings, and at special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays.

The Brownie Adventure is divided into three areas:

You: Brownies develop confidence and self-esteem through having new experiences and learning new skills. They build friendships and learn to share and cooperate with others by working together in small groups called ‘Sixes’. They get a say in what happens at Brownies through discussions or ‘Pow-wows’, which help them develop decision-making skills and the ability to put their views across.

Community: We encourage girls to become active citizens by helping them understand and participate in their communities. This could mean raising money for charities or visiting local places of interest.

World: Our programme encourages girls to learn about the wider world. Activities could involve celebrating a festival from a different culture, finding out about endangered animal species, or learning how they can combat climate change.

What do Brownies do?

Brownies have cool things they can do where they get badges, like the artist badge and computer badge. They have sleepovers and make heaps of friends and have lots of fun!

Brownies can grow up to be members of Guides!