Honiton Brownies enjoy an adventure day in Torrington

PUBLISHED: 17:30 15 May 2015 | UPDATED: 08:59 19 May 2015

1st Honiton Brownies recently visited PGL Beam House near Torrington.

1st Honiton Brownies recently visited PGL Beam House near Torrington.

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The troupe enjoyed a hands-on and action packed day of fun.

1st Honiton Brownies recently visited to PGL Beam House, near Torrington.

The troupe joined 100 other brownies from across Devon and Cornwall for an action-packed weekend. The girls became known as the ‘Pink Ladies’ and enjoyed activities such as quad biking, trapeze, zip wire, archery and problem solving during the day and a campfire in the evening.

The trip was made possible with a donation from The Battishorne Trust which helped with transport.

Brownies is for girls aged seven to 10. Call Tina Sillitoe on 01404 41720 for more.


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