Remembrance Day with a difference 2020

In spite of restrictions on Remembrance Day parades and other ceremonies, many of our members found ways to take part. 

Girls from all sections paid tribute at Mulbarton Church

Stalham were able to find 2 family bubbles that could represent Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Leaders (volunteers) 

Girls at Old Catton took part in a virtual girlguiding service then laid their stones at Old Catton memorial while doing the village poppy trail.

Also at Old Catton, wreaths were laid at the memorial

Brownies in Thorpe St Andrew  planted these eco-poppies (made from plastic bottles) in the churchyard.

A leader from 6th Norwich Rainbows took part in a Zoom service with some other local units. She was delighted to be able to do it with her daughter, who has only just joined Rainbows.

As there was no parade or service, the 43rd Saxlingham Nethergate Rainbows  created their individual poppies for a wreath which was placed on the church door.



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