To celebrate the Centenary of Girlguiding, 1st Stoke Poges Brownies have buried a Centenary time capsule. The Brownies hope to be moving into the newly developed St Andrew’s Youth Centre in the near future. The time capsule was buried in the foundations of the new entrance steps to the Youth Centre.
The capsule includes information on Stoke Poges Brownies and the special activities they have been undertaking to celebrate the Centenary, including Challenge 100. The capsule also includes Centenary badges and photographs of the Brownies.
Brown Owl, Rosie Wicks-Farr said: “Each Brownie created a personal profile of herself by drawing around their hands and then wrote their names and information on their interests and activities they enjoy at Brownies”.
Barn Owl Sarah Marzetti said: “We encouraged the girls to think about what people might like to know about Brownies in 2010, and asked them to imagine they were telling their story to Brownies in 100 years time.”
Stoke Poges Brownies have loved taking part in the Centenary Events, including the Buckinghamshire Brownie Circus Fun Day at Aston Clinton.