Posted on: November 19, 2018
Our wonderful supporters donated 91 trees to mark the Jarman Centre’s 30th birthday and many came to help plant them on Saturday 17 November.
We welcomed around 100 volunteers and all those trees were planted in the morning, by which time we were all ready for lunch! Our special guest, Lily Bacon DL, joined in – demonstrating her ‘inner Guide’ by helping to serve the lunch prepared by the Guides who were there for the weekend as part of their Baden-Powell Award. (This is the highest award in the Guide section.)
During the afternoon Lily spent time with the girls answering their questions and posing a few of her own!
Thank you Lily for helping to make it such a special day! And thank you to all who donated trees, helped organise the day, prepared the delicious lunch, and for planting all those trees. Do come back and see how they grow!
More photos on facebook
Posted on: May 7, 2018
We are celebrating the Jarman Centre’s 30th birthday this year with a new challenge badge.
The challenge activities are based around ‘30’ and ‘pearls’ and are designed so you can complete them in unit meetings or on a visit to the Jarman Centre.
Download the 30th Birthday Challenge leaflet and badge order form.
Complete one challenge from each of the four sections, plus at least one additional challenge of your choice.
You’re welcome to adapt challenges to suit the age and abilities of the girls and young women in your unit.
We’d love to receive photos of your unit taking part in the challenge that we can share on our website and social media (use the email address below). Do make sure you have photo permissions for everyone in any photos that you send in.
If you have any questions please get in touch:
Posted on: May 31, 2016
At the recent Spring Lunch we shared some history with the Friends. Explore some fascinating facts about what came before Girlguiding at 119 Duchess Drive. The land was part of horseracing history in Newmarket.
Photo: extract from painting of Cheveley mansion c.1703, by Jan Siberechts