Charly’s prize

Charly Browne, a Young Leader at 1st Tasley Guides, has won the Alan Golden Award from Bridgnorth Lions’ Club. The award is presented to a young person who has shown exceptional commitment to a voluntary organisation in the community, and it also comes with a cash prize.

Charly has been a young leader at the group since it reopened two years ago and, along with the other leaders, she has helped build a thriving unit which now has 22 members. Charly has continued with her personal development, too, volunteering for events, taking part in training, and delivering a Free Being Me peer-led session to other local Guide units.

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