Brownies

Brunswick Youth and Community Centre hosts St. James' Brownies Pack.

Brownies at The Brunny

Is your 7-10 year old daughter interested in the Brownies?

If so, bring her to St. James’ Brownies Pack at Brunswick Youth and Community Centre, Marsh Lane, Bootle.

What Do The Girls Do?

Girls aged 7-10 get involved in a wide range of activities at The Brunny.

These include:

  • regular meetings
  • day trips
  • sleepovers
  • camps and holidays
  • learning new skills and hobbies
  • outdoor activities
  • earning Brownie interest badges.

Brownies have their own website (http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/brownies/). Click on the link to read all about “The Brownie Adventure” and the activities, games, and badges your daughter could get involved in.

How Much Does it Cost?

Weekly fees are £1.50 per child.

There are extra fees for sleepovers, camps and holidays, materials used for some badges etc. Ask our Leaders for more details.

When Do The Brownies Meet?

St. James’ Brownies Pack meets at Brunswick Youth and Community Centre on Marsh Lane, Bootle, on Mondays from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

Click here for directions.

Who is in Charge?

Our Brown Owl Sue McCormick leads a team of volunteers, including Marie Savin (Barn Owl), Sue’s husband, John McCormick, and Young Leader Volunteer Venicia McCarthy.

How Does My Daughter Join?

Membership is arranged centrally by The Girl Guides.

If this is the first time your daughter is joining simply complete the register your daughter form online and we’ll be in touch.

Can My Daughter Transfer to St. James’ Brownie Pack?

Yes, but we have a long waiting list, so speak to Sue McCormick to find out when places are available.

Girls within The Girl Guides (Rainbows, Brownies, or Guides) are given a membership number which they use as they move through the organisation.

What Should I Know About St. James’ Brownies Pack at The Brunny?

Our Pack was started in 1990 at St James’ School, (now All Saints Catholic Primary School), across the road from the Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

We continue to work closely with the school even though St. James’ Brownies Pack is now based at The Brunny and is part of our Children and Young People programme.

We make sure our girls have great fun, and help them develop their potential and make a difference to their community and the wider world.

Please contact us at The Brunny 0n 0151 922 3552 if you want any more information.

 

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