Wisbech St Mary brownies celebrate organisation’s 100th birthday in style

17:22 06 January 2014

Girls from 1st Wisbech St Mary brownies enjoy themselves at the birthday party.

Girls from 1st Wisbech St Mary brownies enjoy themselves at the birthday party.

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A group of Wisbech brownies have returned from the birthday party of a lifetime.

Girls from 1st Wisbech St Mary Brownies were among the 2,000 brownies who went to Butlins Skegness to celebrate the Big Brownie Birthday from Friday to Sunday.

This is a landmark year for the Brownies - the group is celebrating its 100th birthday.

During the celebration, the girls took part in archery, circus skills, swimming, street dancing and more.

For more information about the Big Brownie Birthday and how to join Girlguiding – the UK’s leading charity for girls and young women – go to www.girlguiding.org.uk

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