Flower Power

FLOWER POWER: To mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, members of the 2nd Brechin Brownies planted four flower pots with roses and some other flowers using the colours of the Union Jack. These plant pots were then presented to members of the St Andrew's Episcopal Church. Before the girls planted these pots, one of the leaders decided to write to the Queen to find out what her favourite flowers are. She got a lovely letter back from a Lady in Waiting saying that the Queen does not have a specific preference of flower, but would rather have the girls pick the flowers themselves. This is just one of the many activities that the 2nd Brechin Brownies are involved in to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Pictured with the Brownies is Father David Mumford and other members of the St Andrews Episcopal Church.

FLOWER POWER: To mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, members of the 2nd Brechin Brownies planted four flower pots with roses and some other flowers using the colours of the Union Jack. These plant pots were then presented to members of the St Andrew's Episcopal Church. Before the girls planted these pots, one of the leaders decided to write to the Queen to find out what her favourite flowers are. She got a lovely letter back from a Lady in Waiting saying that the Queen does not have a specific preference of flower, but would rather have the girls pick the flowers themselves. This is just one of the many activities that the 2nd Brechin Brownies are involved in to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Pictured with the Brownies is Father David Mumford and other members of the St Andrews Episcopal Church.

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To mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, members of the 2nd Brechin Brownies planted four flower pots with roses and some other flowers using the colours of the Union Jack.

These plant pots were then presented to members of the St Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Before the girls planted these pots, one of the leaders decided to write to the Queen to find out what her favourite flowers are. She got a lovely letter back from a Lady in Waiting saying that the Queen does not have a specific preference of flower, but would rather have the girls pick the flowers themselves. This is just one of the many activities that the 2nd Brechin Brownies are involved in to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Pictured with the Brownies is Father David Mumford and other members of the St Andrews Episcopal Church.