Thinking Day celebrated at Axminster

PUBLISHED: 10:07 11 March 2014 | UPDATED: 10:07 11 March 2014

Guides' county president Mary Jones is joined by three Brownies – representing 2nd Axminster, 1st Uplyme and 1st Seaton – to plant a commemorative rose bush in Axminster churchyard.

Guides' county president Mary Jones is joined by three Brownies – representing 2nd Axminster, 1st Uplyme and 1st Seaton – to plant a commemorative rose bush in Axminster churchyard.

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Rainbows, Brownies and Guides attend a service in the Minster Church ahead of a rose planting ceremony

A 1st Axminster Rainbow and a Brownie from 2nd Axminster  admire the Thinking Day lanterns that had been made.A 1st Axminster Rainbow and a Brownie from 2nd Axminster admire the Thinking Day lanterns that had been made.

Rainbows, Brownies and Guides from across the Axe Valley gathered for a world thinking day service in the Minster Church at Axminster recently.

Also present were group leaders and members of the Trefoil Guild. The event also celebrated the centenary of the founding of the Brownies.

Afterwards county president Mary Jones was joined by three Brownies – representing 2nd Axminster, 1st Uplyme and 1st Seaton – to plant a commemorative rose bush in the churchyard.

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