Ventnor Leader attends ceremony to become Queen’s Guide

The leader of 1st Ventnor Guides was awarded her Queen’s Guide Certificate at a ceremony in the House of Commons.


Cerise Moody, the Leader of 1st Ventnor Guides, recently travelled to London to receive her Queen’s Guide Certificate.

Previously presented with her Queen’s Guide Badge by Shirley Saunders (Girlguiding IW Island Commissioner) Cerise attended the presentation of her coveted certificate at he House of Commons.

Dozens of recent recipients of the Queen’s Guide Award from across the UK were at the ceremony which was also attended by newly appointed Chief Guide, Amanda Medler.

Recently appointed as Leader of 1st Ventnor Guides, Cerise said,

“It’s an honour to become a Queen’s Guide and I look forward to working with the Guides of 1st Ventnor.”

Guides from Ventnor recently attended the Girlguiding County Event held in Sandown where Cerise said,

“It would be great if more girls from the Ventnor area would join in the fun of Guiding. It is for all girls aged 10-14 and any girls in that age range are welcome to join.

“With a new Girlguiding Programme about to be launched it is an ideal time to join with the other 600,000 members across the UK.”

See Girlguiding Isle of Wight for more details or ‘contact’.

News submitted by Suzanne Whitewood on behalf of Isle of Wight Girlguiding.

Image: © Suzanne Whitewood

Thursday, 17th May, 2018 9:01am



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