Fulham girls have enjoyed a fun-packed weekend at Butlins in Bognor Regis to celebrate 100 years of the Brownies.
Young members of the 25th Fulham All Saints and 7th St Ethelreda’s took part in activities with 3,000 other Brownies from across London and the South East on January 18 and 19.
They enjoyed seaside challenges on the beach, as well as five aside football, dancing, and singing, and made Big Brownie birthday cake out of LEGO.
Claire Shirley, Brown Owl for the All Saints group, said: "It was great to be part of the 100th Brownie Birthday and see everyone having so much fun; our Brownies thought it was amazing! They have been excited for a week and now can’t stop talking about all the exciting things they did! It makes it all worthwhile.”
For eight-year-old Sophie Nicolson it was her first trip away from home without her parents. She said: "I had the best time! and came back with smile from ear to ear!"
The girls also watched a pantomime and had a chance to create their own sand key rings to take home.
Brownies is part of the Girlguiding movement and offers 'a world of exciting challenges' to girls aged seven to 10, giving them the space to try new things and make friends. They take part in a varied weekly programme including everything from stargazing to abseiling.
For more information The Big Brownie Birthday centenary events and Girlguiding see www.girlguiding.org.uk .