Chigwell Brownies donate 1,500 sachets of cat food

Brownies donate kit for kittens

Paddy the cat with Brownies (L-R), Caitlin Hazelden, Leah Green, Isabella Levoir, Megan Petty, Chloe Norwood and Courtney Russell

Brownie Megan Petty with Daisy the kitten

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Epping Forest

Brownies have donated 1,500 sachets of cat food as part of work required for a badge celebrating the organisation’s centenary.

The Big Brownie Birthday badge, introduced this year, requires nine challenges to be completed.

The Kit for Kittens challenge undertaken by 2nd Chigwell Brownies was part of a Community Challenge, one of the nine requirements.

The project saw Brownies donate food and cat litter to Chestnut Cat Sanctuary, a self-funded cat rescue centre in High Road, Thornwood.

Megan Petty, 10, from Lambourne Primary School collected 766 sachets which Bownie leaded Katie Russell heralded as “an outstanding achievement”.

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