Pupils’ World Thinking Day

BROWNIES, guides, cubs, scouts, beavers and rainbows swapped their school uniforms to demonstrate belonging to their scout groups as part of World Thinking Day.

There were 75 children from Golden Valley Primary School, in Nailsea, happy to ditch their usual school clothes for the day.

The event is held to commemorate the birthday of Lord Baden Powell, who founded the scout movement.

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