2nd St. Issell’s Brownies have had a busy term and are looking forward to attending the Saundersfoot Footlights presentation of Aladdin this evening.

The Brownies have been out and about this term and enjoyed decorating St. Issell’s Church for the Harvest Festival service in which they took part. They also spent an evening at Pets at Home in Haverfordwest and learnt about caring for pets. They visited the Carew Control Tower on the Thursday before Remembrance Sunday, where they were very interested to find out about children in our local area during the First and Second World Wars.

The Brownies laid a cross at the memorial and spent a minute’s silence thinking about those who lost their lives on the airfield. On Remembrance Sunday, they also attended the service at the Saundersfoot war memorial and then read the prayers during the service in church.

Next year, the Brownie unit will celebrate being 50 years old and will begin to plan events to mark this anniversary in the New Year. The Brownies are looking for more leaders to take them into the next few years.

Rev. Marianne was a leader with the unit, but has now moved to Haverfordwest and is unable to continue in the leadership role. Two more leaders are retiring in July and these ladies all need to be replaced if the unit is to continue.

If you were once a Brownie or Guide and now feel that you can give something back, then please contact the unit for more information [email protected]

The Brownies will also have a few spaces for seven-year-old girls in the New Year. Brownies are part of a great organisation and 2nd St. Issell’s are always having fun and learning new skills. To register someone who would like to join, please go to www.girlguiding.org.uk