Appeal to Brownies of the past to mark 30 years in town

First Scarborough Brownies are celebrating their 30-year anniversary by hosting a reunion event in the town.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 10th March 2017, 9:18 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 9:55 am
The First Scarborough Brownies in 1987
The First Scarborough Brownies in 1987

Past and present Brownies are invited to Northstead Methodist Church, in Givendale Road, for a drop-in coffee evening.

Liz Lowe, Brown Owl, said: “We have had hundreds of Brownies during our time in Scarborough and it would be great to meet up with everyone again. We will have old pictures, books and we hope plenty of people attend.”

The event will take place on Wednesday March 15 from 6.15pm-7.30pm with donations also welcome to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

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For more information contact Brown Owl Liz on (01723) 370420.

he girls in uniform are the ones who transferred from St Marks Brownies and the other girls are the new Brownies.

The Leaders on the back row left to right are Julia Boorer, Christine Clarke, Janet Green and Sara McCauley.