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Trying out the motorbike for size, testing the lights, sirens and checking that the radio communications were working.
Trying out the motorbike for size, testing the lights, sirens and checking that the radio communications were working.

A GROUP of girls who meet every week enjoyed a visit from people who keep our community safe.

1st Forres Brownies heard from Police Scotland representatives including PC John Ewing of the traffic divison, who brought along vehicles and equipment to show them.

Brownie Owl Louise Barron said: "I asked the traffic cops to come along to talk about road safety and they kindly obliged .

"All the girls really enjoyed themselves and had loads of questions."

Girlguiding Moray is made up of different Divisions with over 65 Rainbow, Brownie, Guide and Senior Section Units.

The girls and young women have fun, explore new skills and enjoy each others company while advancing their education, citizenship and community development.

Visit https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/what-we-do/brownies-7-10/ to find out more.

Everyone was breathalysed.
Everyone was breathalysed.


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