What do Brownies do?

Things Brownies Do


Find out what we did in 2015


Find out what we did in 2014

Brassington Brownies Annual Report 14.pdf

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Find out what we did in 2013

Brassington Brownies Annual Report 13 website.pdf



Find out about what we did in 2012:

Brassington Brownies Annual Report 12 website1.pdf


The Brownie Programme is based on You, the Community, and the World

Events: We need permission forms for activities away from the meeting place. A blank form is attached here: 
You:  Brownies develop confidence and self-esteem through having new experiences and learning new skills. They build friendships and learn to share and cooperate with others by working together in small groups called 'Sixes'. They get a say in what happens at Brownies through discussions or 'Pow-wows', which help them develop decision-making skills and the ability to put their views across.
Community: We encourage girls to become active citizens by helping them understand and participate in their communities. This could mean raising money for charities or visiting local places of interest.
World: Our programme encourages girls to learn about the wider world. Activities could involve celebrating a festival from a different culture, finding out about endangered animal species, or learning how they can combat climate change.
Events: We ask for a permission form for events away from our meeting place. A blank for is attached: 

Brassington Brownies are a busy Pack, and have done lots of things, including:

  • Pack Holidays in Derbyshire and London
  • Sleepovers, including one in Lichfield Cathedral
  • Camping
  • Badges and Challenges, such as Star gazer, Gardener, Crafts, Disability Awareness, World Traveller, Cook, Arts Explosion etc
  • Cooking 
  • Concerts and Plays
  • Games
  • Penpals
  • Parties and celebrations
  • Fun days, such as a Hogwarts Day 
  • Arts and Crafts (look for ideas on the website)
  • Campfires indoors and out
  • Service to the community, like litter collection, singing in Care Homes, Christmas Boxes for children, Educational supplies for children in Ivory Coast, planting bulbs, carol singing etc..
  • Nature trails and Brownie Spring Watch, gardening
  • Sports like abseiling, canoeing, adventure courses, football, swimming, ten pin bowling, skating
  •  Day trips to places like Cadbury World, Eureka Science Park, Skegness, Trentham Gardens & Monkey World
  • Evening visits to Pets at Home, Fire Station, Sainsburys back stage tour, European Ice Skating Champonships, Build-a-Bear Workshop, Bowling, Roller Skating, Pantomime etc. 

Area, District, and County Events including

  • Camps, such as Peak 2015
  • Quizzes
  • Water Revels
  • Thinking Day
  • Crafts Days
  • Christmas Carol service

There is a national Brownie website on: www.girlguiding.org.uk/brownies/index.html , where Brownies can:

  • Play games
  • Find out about badges
  • Read stories and join a book club