Big day for North Wootton Rainbows

Youngsters from North Wootton Rainbows
Youngsters from North Wootton Rainbows
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The 3rd King’s Lynn (North Wootton) unit had a busy day before the Easter break.

Three Rainbows made their Promise for the first time while eight girls renewed their Promises . For one Rainbow, it was the final renewal before moving onto Brownies after the Easter holidays.

It was also the day when Amy Williams, who is currently working towards her A levels at Springwood High School Sixth Form and hopes to go to university in September, made her Adult Promise for the first time.

Amy started her Guiding journey over 13 years ago as a Rainbow, at the same unit where she has helped at for over six years and is now a leader - in - training there. During this time Amy has enjoyed many Guiding opportunities. In the summer of 2012 she was selected to go on an international trip to Peru where she participated in charity work at an orphanage and school as well as seeing the famous sites.

Over the last six years Amy has grown into a confident wonderful woman and Sarah her Guider was honoured to enrol her as an Adult Leader. She continues her Guiding journey towards becoming a qualified Rainbow Leader.

North Wootton Rainbows, which is open to girls aged five to seven, meet on a Friday, during school term time, at North Wootton Scout and Guide Headquarters in Station Road from 4.30pm until 5.30pm. If you, or anyone you know are interested in joining Girlguiding, it is never too early or late to start your Guiding journey. You can go on line to find out more or ring Sheila Fysh on 01553 672639