Celebrations for 100 years of Girlguiding Leicestershire took place across the county.
Leicestershire embraces the lockdown by holding a LEAPover event where members try and sleep somewhere different to their bed for a night.
Leicestershire Brownie places the crown on the coffin of Richard III at his reinternment.
Members from across the County come together to present ‘Kaleidoscope’ at the De Montfort Hall.
Queen’s Guide Award reunion at Topstones and Beacon lit for the Jubilee celebrations.
Many events for the Centenary happened – Rainbow Princess parties, Big Brownie takeover of Wicksteed Park, Great Guide Getaway to Hunstanton and to PGL, Senior Section visit the Isle of Man and Leaders’ Centenary Dinner.
Guiding Centenary Launch event at Belvoir Castle. Events to celebrate begin including Brownies taking over the tracks at the Great Central Railway.
New wing at Topstones opened.
Leicestershire becomes the first county to move over to CRB forms.
New County Office at 97 Princess Road East opened by Miss Bridget Towle accompanied by a Party on the Park.
Launch of “Walk the Leicestershire Round” as part of fundraising efforts for the Activity barn at Topstones.
First computerised edition of the bulletin sent out.