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Brownies Need Leaders

Diane Austin is appealing for help with 1st and 4th Haddenham Brownies.

The groups have a waiting list of young girls desperate to join this wonderful movement, but the lack of local helpers here in Haddenham prevents the organisation from accepting new members.

Surely there must be folk out there with the inclination and desire to help the young girls of our village gain a wider social education while having a lot of fun?

Just 1.5 hours per week, as a regular commitment. Much laughter and learning guaranteed.

For further information or to discuss the potential roles in confidence, please contact
Diane Austin, Aylesbury Vale Division Commissioner
Tel: 01844 292046
or Email: diane@kaustin.freeserve.co.uk

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