St Peter’s Church, Formby


1st St. Peter’s Formby Brownie Pack

We have spent the last half term working on the Disability Awareness Badge.

The girls have learned how to spell the alphabet using sign language. They enjoyed the challenge of a food smelling and tasting session whilst blindfolded and also walking blindfolded from one part of the hall to wash hands using another Brownie as a guide.

We talked about deafness and blindness, we looked at the use of Braille.

We had an enjoyable last night of half term. We invited Katie; one of the sisters of our Brownies who is disabled to come to spend an evening with us.

The girls were invited by Katie’s mum Lisa to ask questions to try to learn more about living with a disability.

We presented Katie with a Brownie necker as a thank you for coming to visit our pack.

Katie attends Rainbow House in Ormskirk which is a lifeline for Katie and other disabled children like her. Rainbow House is a charity relying on donations and legacies.

We will be spending the rest of the year fundraising for Rainbow House. So look out for our cake sales at the next Church Parade.

Snowy Owl has her Triplets

On 19 January 2018 Caroline’s triplets were delivered.

Twin girls and a boy. Sisters and brother to George.

We welcome Katie, Evie and Finn.

Congratulations Caroline and Kev and all the McGarvey/Potter families.

Church Parade

We had a large number of Brownies at the last Church Parade service. Gold stars for all those who came along.

They enjoyed seeing Anne with her Star Wars Lightsaber.

Barn Owl also had a wave with it.

If you are interested in your daughter joining our Brownie Group, then please contact the parish office with your details.

We would also ask that you register your interest on the Join Us (Girlguiding) website.

The web address is

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