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2nd Toftwood Brownies fundraise with afternoon tea for pack Ireland trip

PUBLISHED: 15:30 19 October 2017

The 2nd Toftwood Brownies group on their recent summer pack holiday in Sheringham. Photo: 2nd Toftwood Brownies

The 2nd Toftwood Brownies group on their recent summer pack holiday in Sheringham. Photo: 2nd Toftwood Brownies

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The 2nd Toftwood Brownies group are fundraising for their next pack holiday to Ireland.

The group are hosting a tea party to raise the funds for the trip, which they hope to take in the summer of 2019.

Their afternoon tea themed fundraiser will be on Sunday, October 29, from 3-4.30pm.

Tickets are priced at £5 for adults and £3 for children.

The ticket price includes a full afternoon tea, and there will also be a lucky dip, raffle, and tombola at the event.

The group are currently collecting for prizes. Any donations of tombola or raffle prizes would be gratefully received by the Brownies and their leaders.

Brownies is for girls aged seven to ten years old.

The 2nd Toftwood Brownies are part of the Girlguiding Organisation.

The group has been running for many years, and is a lively and very active pack, with the group recently spending a summer pack holiday in on the North Norfolk coast, in Sheringham.

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