Can you help? Littleport Rainbows need a new leader

PUBLISHED: 16:04 06 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:04 06 October 2017

The Littleport Rainbows are in need of a new leader as their current leaders are retiring next year.

The Littleport Rainbows are in need of a new leader as their current leaders are retiring next year.


The Littleport Rainbows are looking for a new leader.

The group – the youngest in Girl Guiding – meet every week but their two leaders, who have been running the group for over 25 years, are both retiring next year.

A spokesman said: “Rainbows has been running successfully in our area for nearly 20 years and is now a very popular club for young girls.

“Each week they enjoy doing fun activities and going on outings and also working towards challenge badges.

“The Littleport unit is now looking for new leaders, so if you enjoy volunteering then come and join this fun organisation.”

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