Bug hunting Brownies

Caistor Brownies with left Pat Harris (PCC Representative), Christine Robinson (Brownie Leader), Alison Eddy (Brownie Guider), Neil Birks (CIB), Michael Galligan (CIB), Kirsty Freeman (Brownie Leader), Sarah Smith (Brownie Leader) and Deborah Barker Chairman CIB).  (Lin)
Caistor Brownies with left Pat Harris (PCC Representative), Christine Robinson (Brownie Leader), Alison Eddy (Brownie Guider), Neil Birks (CIB), Michael Galligan (CIB), Kirsty Freeman (Brownie Leader), Sarah Smith (Brownie Leader) and Deborah Barker Chairman CIB). (Lin)
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Caistor and District Brownies are getting ready to forage in the wildlife and wildflower area of the town’s churchyard, a nature conservation initiative known as God’s Acre.

Bug collection, lichen identification and ways to determine the age of the church and window styles are among the planned tasks.

Caistor in Bloom, in conjunction with the Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service, have free packs for bug collecting and leaf and tree identification. CiB chairman Deborah Barker said: “This innovation is increasing in popularity and we are pleased to help and support the Brownies get points towards their Brownie badges.”