Almost 2,000 girlguides got together to mark their centenary at the weekend.
Bedfordshire Girlguides gathered at Cardinal Newman Catholic High School, Luton on Sunday to celebrate the landmark.
In Bedfordshire the Guide Movement took root in 1916 with the formation of the 1st Luton Company, so it was a fitting tribute to return to Luton for the 100 year celebrations of the charity.
The sun shone as 1,700 girls and leaders from across Bedfordshire enjoyed a fun packed day.
The girls took part in a host of great activities including roller skating, a circus big top, zorbing, fencing and lots more.
Bedfordshire Girlguiding County Commissioner Ann Crome was pleased to welcome Deputy Lord Lieutenant Dr Nazia Khanum OBE, Bedfordshire High Sheriff Lady Erroll and Luton North MP Kelvin Hopkins MP to the commemorations
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