On a damp and grey Sunday afternoon in September, 5th Castle Bromwich Brownies met in the Garden of Memory at the rear of Arden Hall to tidy the garden they look after ready for the winter months. Under the supervision of Cllr. Pauline Allen, spring bulbs were planted, plants separated and winter bedding plants were put in.
On Monday 11 October the Brownies helped to plant another rose to add to the two already there which is called “Peace”. We are looking forward to a magnificent display in the months to come.
On Sunday 10 October, the Brownies took part in the Harvest Festival Service at St Clements Church and were able to help welcome The Revd. Stuart Carter who was taking his first service as Vicar. We presented our Flag and our theme this year was the “seed”. After the service all the Brownies walked to KFC to enjoy a thoroughly deserved reward.
The Brownies will be attending and parading at the annual Remembrance Service on Sunday 14 November which is held at the war memorial in the village and organised by Castle Bromwich Parish Council.
Plans for Christmas enjoyment (crafts to make and a party to enjoy) are well in hand, our next outing is already in the diary and is to the pantomime at Arden Hall in January.
Remember we meet every Monday during term time at the Pavilion, Arden Hall, Castle Bromwich from 6 – 7.30 pm. Interested? Then just come in and see us you will be very welcome.