Awards for Hornchurch guides

PUBLISHED: 10:39 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:39 08 January 2018

Hornchurch East District guides with their awards. Picture: Girlguiding

Hornchurch East District guides with their awards. Picture: Girlguiding


Hornchurch East guides, young leaders and leaders have been presented with awards.

Louise Hornsby and Lauren Stewart won The Baden Powell Award (the highest award a girl can gain as a guide).

The Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award went to Sophie Blow.

The Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award was presented to Megan Humberstone, Angelica Thomson and Georgina Thomson.

And Jennifer Anderson, Ella Burgess, and Alice Mills were given Jack Petchey Awards.

The presentation evening started with 16 girls being enrolled as guides in front of special guests, Havering Council deputy mayor Councillor Dilip Patel, Deputy Lieutenant of Havering Colonel Mark Bryant, the Rev Barry Hobson and associate minister, the Rev Ken Wylie, and our Assistant County Commissioner Jenny Aspinel.

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