Girl Guides from around the world are getting excited as the countdown for IGGNITE2017 continues … there’s only 73 days to go!
Irish Girl Guides look forward to giving a big Irish welcome to Guides from Canada, the US, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Georgia and Zambia as well as England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
“We’re thrilled to have received such a great response and we’re looking
The camp will see the girls building rafts, rockets and volcanoes, playing quidditch, cooking international dishes
Day trips will include a visit to Cloughjordan eco village and to nearby Cashel where the girls will take part in a community mural project.
“We want to give the girls a fun and memorable experience,” says Jenny. “As well as the water sports and all the many other fun activities we will arrange for them, there will be a serious side to the camp too. Through a variety of activities and challenges, the girls will learn about the Sustainable Development Goals and they will be encouraged to explore ways that they can make a difference in their local communities and overseas.”