Wragby Rainbows become little ladybirds

Members of  Wragby Rainbow Guides dressed as Ladybirds and made paper weights from large stones which were decorated as this popular british insect. EMN-151017-161808001
Members of Wragby Rainbow Guides dressed as Ladybirds and made paper weights from large stones which were decorated as this popular british insect. EMN-151017-161808001

Members of the 1st Wragby Rainbows held a Ladybird party as part of a challenge badge they have been working towards, which saw all the girls taking part in costume or face painting.

During the evening they painted stones as ladybirds to make paperweights too.

Over the last few weeks they have done various challenges, including making a collage depicting ladybirds along with butterflies and weather symbols, which was displayed in All Saints Church for the Harvest Festival .

After the half term holiday, the girls will be finishing their work on the Butterfly Challenge and the Weather Challenge, all designed by Guiding in South Wales.

Wragby Rainbows meet at the Scout and Guide Headquarters which is shared by the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. (Photo by John Edwards)