This term has been filled with so much fun and excitement for the Guides and the leaders alike. We have had visits from our local PCSO Nadia and Brenda, who we communicated with using sign language, also visiting us was Sharron, who made fantastic gifts with us for mothers day. We have also had a hike though the Folly Woods and toasted marshmallows over open fires.

We held a Cawl and Entertainment Evening in March which was a huge success, with the girls performing a verity of sketches, songs and musical performances. Many thanks to the Trefoil Guild for all their hard work in the preparation and serving of the cawl. Also a massive thank you to Ritic Valley Veg for the organic vegetables provided to us and Manor House Wildlife Park for contributing one of the many raffle prizes.

In May, 12 Guides and three leaders headed off to Newquay in Ceredigion for two nights camping and two days water sports. This was a fantastic opportunity for the Guides and leaders to try something new and adventurous such as kayaking, wind surfing, stand up paddle boarding and sailing, even if there was more time spent in the water rather than on the boards. Thank you to all the girls for making it a very enjoyable weekend of fun.

Also in May, Tenby Guides added to the 500 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section Girls, Leaders and Trefoil Guild members of Pembrokeshire Guiding under the watchful eye of our County Commissioner Sian Garside to enjoy a fun-filled sunny day at Folly Farm.

For the last meeting of this term, Tenby Guides hosted a Party on the Beach in honour of the Queen’s 90th birthday where over 65 of Tenby’s Rainbows, Brownies and Guides, along with 14 leaders, 10 members of Trefoil Guild and two District Commissioners built sandcastles fit for the Queen, ate a very scrumptious tea and played games. Another massive thanks to the Trefoil Guild for supplying the beautiful cake. Bethan Rogers along with several Brownies and a Guide made their Guiding Promise.

Things planned for next term include a sleepover, lots of cooking, arts and crafts and a pantomime. Oh no it doesn’t… Oh yes it does.

A huge thank you for the support we have been given this term by parents and family, also Tenby town. Thank you. Here’s to a relaxing summer break and see you all in September.