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a junior Girl Scout

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(folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous

square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts

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IN April 1984 a quiet trip over the Transporter Bridge on the River Tees turned into a tea party for Middlesbrough mayor, councillor Chris Atkin, and mayoress Mary Atkin when Brownie Guides decided to brew-up as part of their national tea-making fortnight.
Swimming teams, Brownie Guides, local history clubs from Alnwick to Stanley are all vying for the cash and need you to help them out.
Families looked on as the parade, which also included members of the Royal British Legion and local cadets and Brownie Guides, made its way through the town.
So in 1910, the brownie guides (originally called the Rosebuds - you can see why that didn't catch on), girl guides or girl scouts, and ranger guides, were formed, with Agnes as leader.
From Brownie Guides to swimming clubs, Wish groups are busy collecting as many tokens as they can for their favourite cause.
That's how 10 year old Brownie Guides behave when they're about to go on their first sausage sizzle.
From Brownie guides to swimming clubs and schools - more than 250 charities and not-for-profit organisations have registered for a slice of the cash.
5 North View, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear, NE28 30th and 33rd Gateshead Brownies We are Brownie Guides in the Gateshead area.
She is currently Assistant Guider with the 1st Easington (All Saints) Brownie Guides.
Jane said: "Here in Newcastle, there are around 140 girls old enough to be brownie guides but unable to do so because there are not enough brownie units.