Girls rewarded for their efforts

14:23 08 January 2014

The lucky winners of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme shields.

The lucky winners of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme shields.

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Worthy winners from brownies, guides and rainbow groups in Honiton were recognised for their achievements over the last year.

Holly James received the Joe Gilson Mobility shield for the guide of the year and Amy Grove came away with the prize for the 1st Honiton Brownie of the year.

Tia Waldron was presented with the very first shield for 1st Honiton Rainbow of the year.

The shields were given out to the winners by Pastor Luke Mansfield at a carol service held at Honiton Baptist Church.

The founder of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme, Carol Gilson, was also in attendance to celebrate the girls’ achievements.

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