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Brownies Need Leaders

Brownie leaders and helpers wanted!

Ladies — do you love working with children aged 7-11?

Could you spare a couple of hours a week?

We have just the job for you!

Two of Haddenham's Brownie units are in need of extra help. Previous experience and a Girlguiding warrant would be an advantage but are not necessary.

Hours: Mondays 5.15pm to 6.45pm or Wednesdays 6pm to 7.30pm

Wages: A million smiles, a ton of laughter and the satisfaction of helping the girls of the future

Please apply to diane@kaustin.freeserve.co.uk or ring Diane on 01844 292046 to find out more details of what's involved.

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