Four generations of Girlguides and brownies celebrate centenary year

Betty Canham, Sue Hall,  Hayley Gray and her daughters Lydia and Gracie-Ann take part in the Race 100.

Betty Canham, Sue Hall, Hayley Gray and her daughters Lydia and Gracie-Ann take part in the Race 100.

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FOUR generations of girlguides and brownies wallked together to celebrate 100 years of their club.

Great grandmother Betty Canham, a member of March Trefoil Guild, was joined by daughter Sue Hall, who is the group’s current chairman, for the RACE 100 event.

Granddaughter and occasional March Brownies helper Hayley Gray also joined in with her two children Gracie-Ann, 10, and Lydia, 8, who are both Brownies.

Gracie-Ann said: “I thought it was great I could go to Race 100 with my great nan, grandma, mum and my sister.”

The day-long event at Newmarket Rowley Mile Race Course was part of the 100 year celebrations of Girlguiding Cambridgeshire East.


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