Three girls, Kelly Sawyer, Zoe Chappell and Molly Smith, from 1st Pinchbeck (St Mary) Guide Unit have achieved their Baden Powell Awards.
They were presented with their certificates and badges at Allycatz bowling alley in Spalding, and are now Young Leaders and have also joined Pinchbeck Senior Section.
The award is the top award that can be achieved as a Guide, where tenn challenges, such as organising a disability awareness night, need to be completed and a presentation needs to be made about a current global issue.
Finally, as part of the award, the girls went on an farmyard fun adventure where they milked cows and saw how cheese.
On the same night Megan Rangeley, Esther Howard, Kelsey Taylor and Chloe Firth from Pinchbeck Senior Section were presented with their Look Wider and Chief Guide Challenge.
The Look Wider programme is divided into eight areas (octants) covering out of doors, international, community action, personal values, creativity, fit for life, leadership and independent living.
Each girl carried out five activities for each octant.
The Chief Guide Challenge is awarded for completion of phases one and two of all the octants. All these girls are now undertaking the leadership qualification to enable them to be the Guiders of the future.
Pictured: (left to right), back - Megan Rangeley, Kelsey Taylor, Chloe Firth, Esther Howard. Front – Kelly Sawyer, Molly Smith, Zoe Chappell.