Clonard Girl Guides join in World centenary celebrations
GIRLS PLAN TO WATCH SUNRISE AT CARNE HOLIDAY CENTRE
CLONARD GIRLS Guides are this week packing their rucksacks with marshmallows and sleeping bags as the prepare to head of to a camp at Carne Holiday Centre this weekend.
There, they will join forces with over 450 Girl Guides from right around the County for a special centenary day celebration.
Two years ago they gathered in Carne to see the sun rise and this year they will watch the sun go down on the first 100 years of Guiding.
It will be a long night for the Rangers, who are the oldest group in the Guides, as they plan on staying up to see the sun rise on the next one hundred years of guiding.
'We are delighted to be celebrating on this special day as guides all around the world will do like wise', said Emily Mccann, Leader.
She continued: ' We hope to have a great day, with fun activities'.
These will include story telling, climbing wall and ropes courses, surfing and a disco.
Of course a Girl Guide camp wouldn't be complete without a campfire sing song which will entertain the girls while they wait to watch the sunset over Carne Beach.