BROWNIES from the 3rd Keighley pack have been giving their support to the town’s Salvation Army.

As part of work towards their Charities Badge, the girls chose to help the High Street church – and particularly those using its meals service.

Over several weeks, the pack collected items, which were then wrapped and sorted.

The youngsters made cards, containing messages of support.

And they learned more about the work of the Salvation Army and its various community projects.

Organiser was leader, Jean Faulkner.

Chris Bown, from Keighley Salvation Army, visited the Brownies to collect the packages.

The meeting turned out to be the last before all Girlguiding gatherings were suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Kay Bolton, leader in charge at 3rd Keighley, said: “Guiding groups around the UK are now finding new ways to do activities through social media and digitally. So although our meetings are not happening, we are still very much active – but at a distance and in girls’ homes.”