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Wash Common Brownies take a trip to Downing Street

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Just three months before the General Election, the group of 14 Brownies, along with three leaders, headed to London to learn more about the role of the Prime Mminister, and they were pictured standing on the famous front steps to Number 10.
They also witnessed the changing of the Queen's Life Guard at Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall and saw the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
One of the Brownie group, Jessica Soulby, said: “The house was massive and the door was very shiny.
“We got to talk to the policeman and asked why he had a gun and if he had ever met the prime minister before.”
Jessica’s mum, Yvonne Soulby, who accompanied the Brownies on their trip, added: “Some of the girls had never been to London or on the underground train so it was a big adventure for them.”

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