PUBLISHED: 16:56 01 November 2016 | UPDATED: 16:56 01 November 2016
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With the Queen’s Guide award being such a prestigious award Ipswich Town hero, Mick Mills was called upon to hand out the awards in 1980.
Angela Symonds recieves her award
Only being attainable between the ages of 14 and 25, the candidate would have to work on a series of skills and projects to be able to achieve the award, here we see Clare Francis recieving her award in 1974.
Linda Nixon proudly shows off her certificate
Were you a part of the Girl Guides at that time? Does this uniform look familiar?
Sandra Barrett looks immensely proud of herself
Over the years the syllabus has changed several times, but currently there are five different areas a Guide would have to complete in the space of three years, Here is Linda Nixon proudly receiving her award back in 1974.
Brownies and Guides are seen at the presentation ceremony
The five areas covered include Guiding, personal skill development, commmunity action, outdoor challenge and a residential experience, Have you attempted to achieve the Queen’s Guide award, what did you have to do to achieve it?
Can you see yourself in this photo of the Girl Guides in 1973? Get in touch.
Do you have photos of you as a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide?
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