Foreign feast for Clevedon guides

GUIDES from Clevedon tucked into a chocolate fountain and an Arabian Banquet to celebrate World Thinking Day.

GUIDES from Clevedon tucked into a chocolate fountain and an Arabian Banquet to celebrate World Thinking Day.

The day marks the birthdays of the founders of the guiding movement, Lord and Lady Baden-Powell, and members from all over the world celebrate by remembering each other and reaffirming their commitment to international friendship and understanding.

Rainbows, Brownies and Guides from the Clevedon West District Guiding Team celebrated by trying out different foods and crafts from around the world.

The youngsters made Japanese origami, African beaded jewellery, sand pictures from India, marshmallow towers of the Leaning Tower of Pizza in Italy and glass paintings from New Zealand.


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More than 90 youngsters turned up to the event in Christchurch Hall to learn more about different cultures from across the world and try out their cuisine.

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