Brownies Get Creative In Nailsea

by | Feb 13, 2021

10th Nailsea Brownies have been very busy on zoom so far this term. Not only have they been making yummy mug cakes, they have also been working on the Zero Waste badge and doing an act of kindness.

The Brownies have been recycling milk bottles to make African faces. They worked with a partner at home to design and create their faces. Everyone had lots of fun (including the helpers) and their creations look great.

They have also been working hard to put to a smile on the face of people in Nailsea. 14th-22nd February is Random Acts of Kindness Week and the Brownies have decorated 11 pots, put a plant in them and made cards which have been given to the Nailsea Community Group to be given out. The Brownies want to help people who feel lonely at this time.

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