Girlguiding mosaic unveiled

A MOSAIC commemorating the centenary of Girlguiding has been unveiled on Clevedon’s seafront.

Created by members of the 6th Clevedon West Brownies, the creation has been installed in the newly-refurbished Blind Garden at Pier Copse opposite the town’s Victorian pier.

The unit of 30 brownies raised more than �1,000 last year to allow them to complete the mosaic.

On Saturday they were joined by the group’s brown, tawny, fluffy and snowy owls as well as district commissioner Alison Leatt, county commissioner Sue Maybury and David Bowers of Mosaic Madness to unveil the mosaic.


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