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groups, clubs & societies : rainbow guides

updated 02/10/03

The Rainbow Guides meet in the Little Bytham Village Hall every Wednesday evening between 5.00 and 6.00pm.

For further in formation...

Michelle Abbot
Tel: +44(0)1780 410510

The 1st Bythams Rainbow Guides added 02/10/03

Reproduced from the Glenside News - October 2003

Celia, Olly, Lynn and I run the Rainbow Guides unit in Little Bytham Village Hall. We use the book ' Wind in the Willow' as our Rainbow unit theme, so we are called Badger, Toady, Ratty and Mole, their is room for an Otter if anyone would like to take the part?

The Rainbows are all weasels (although we don't tend to call the Rainbows weasels, well not very often!) and have been very busy this year.

We attended a Thinking Day ceremony, along with Little Bytham, South Witham & Colsterworth Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. We were thinking and learning about other countries (and Guiding movements) around the world. So now we know some new songs and dances.

We have also been thinking about our Mothers and Fathers, how they help us and how we can help them. We have been busy making gifts and cards for Mothering Sunday, Easter and Fathers Day.

We went up to the Brickyard Spinney and have planted some rosemary which is growing nicely. We have also been on an outing to Rutland Falconry Centre, which was a wonderful experience, watching the girls holding the birds of prey (and some big people enjoying themselves too!)

Rainbow Guides are the youngest section of the Guide Association and wear a tabard (which we provide).

If there are any girls aged between 5 years and 7 years who would like to join Rainbow Guides or if anyone is interested in being involved with the Rainbow Guide meetings, I would be really pleased to hear from you.

Michelle Abbot (01780) 410510.

To find out more about Rainbow Guides in the UK CLICK on the logo below ...