Brownies and Rainbow create wall hanging for Platinum Jubilee

After working towards a special badge for Her Majesty’s 70th year on the throne, some youngsters in Louth have proudly displayed their hard work.
The Brownies with their Jubilee wall hanging.The Brownies with their Jubilee wall hanging.
The Brownies with their Jubilee wall hanging.

1st Louth Rainbows and Brownies have put their creative skills to good use by creative a special work of arts in honour of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The youngsters, who meet at Eastgate Union church hall on a Friday, have been working towards a special Queens Jubilee challenge badge.As part of the work for the badge, the girls had to create a Wall Hanging and have now completed the special work of art, which now hangs proudly in the hall.

Hazel Kelly, Leader of the 1st Louth Rainbows and Brownies, said: “We think the girls have made such a super job and we are very proud of their achievements.”

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