Manea’s Rainbows do their bit for Comic Relief
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RAINBOWS from Manea proved they were up for a challenge as they raised more than £40 for Comic Relief.
As this year’s Red Nose Day nears, the girlguides of 1st Manea Rainbows were among thousands of groups nationwide invited to dream up their own wacky fund-raising ideas in the run-up to March 15.
The group of 15 rainbows, all aged between five and seven, entertained parents and friends by singing rainbow songs.
Paula Syred, rainbow leader, said: “The girls were really excited about fund-raising and it was wonderful to see them throw themselves into rehearsing the event.
“It shows what a difference girls in guiding can make.”
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For more information on guiding go to www.girlguiding.org.uk.
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