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What is Christmas for you?

Are you interested in performing with the Act 4 team at Town Carols this year?

Anna and Rabea would like to put a performance together with you on the topic of 'What is Christmas for you?'

If you are aged 6 -12, and would like to take part, then come along to the Wayside Jubilee...

Romanian evening!

Are you interested in finding out about a new culture?

Then come along to our ‘Romanian evening’ fundraising event, which has been arranged by the Aylesbury Time to Act Team on Saturday 28th November...

A successful half term!

Do you remember the blog in which we were "complaining" about how fast time flies? Well, the situation hasn't changed by the end of the first Autumn half term.

Pauline and I can't believe how much we achieved in less than 7 weeks. Where to start?

1. A successful first training with...

Discovering your faith badge

Contrary to the Potters Bar Team, the Aylesbury Team does not help with a local Brownie group regularly. So when we were asked if we would like to join the 2nd Southcourt Brownies for three weeks when they are doing their ‘Discovering your faith’ badge, one can imagine that we were absolutely...

I promise to be kind and helpful!

Last week the Rainbows and the Brownies made their promises. That was a very exciting event for the girls and I would like to tell you something about it.
On Wednesday the Rainbows had their promise party. Seven girls wanted to become Rainbows and invited their parents to witness this...

'R' Rights

The past week has flown by! As always, we have started our week with an assembly – but the ‘highlight’ of our week was the ‘R’ Rights Workshop we did on Thursday at the Primary School in Cuffley. ‘We’, that’s Nikki, Pauline, Beatrice, Rabea and me, so as you can see, we had a whole team reunion...

Drinking from many wells in Birmingham

Being on a journey is usually very delightful. It makes you gain a lot of experience and become aware of the incredible diversity that exists in the world around us. But does a journey necessarily mean travelling to a different place? Do you really have to get on a train or a plane, leave...

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