Thursday, 6 November 2014

How the training went - thoughts from Camborne Guides and Azook

We didn't get in the West Briton alas despite my best efforts! Nonetheless we've had some great feedback from last week's training at Azook, Pool.

“It’s great to see young people with such enthusiasm and energy exploring the past through cutting edge technology.This is an important part of preserving the area’s history. Our mission at Azook is to build cultural confidence and this exercise does just that.” Tim Robins, Azook
 “The Guides were learning about digital recording but also lots of life skills, including how to respond sensitively to older people with whom they might not normally have contact.” Sue Norfolk, leader 7th Camborne Guides.

“It’s quite an honour to be able to be part of this project and part of this occasion to mark the centenary of the war.” Kathryn, 14, Guide from Praze.

Pictured: badges on Alicia's fleece, sewn on with great care and expertise.

"Your young people impressed us with their enthusiasm, cheerfulness and impeccable manners," said Tim from Azook. "They were a delight to teach and a credit to your organization."
I totally agree: they were an impressive group of girls, a credit to Guide leader Sue Norfolk and Karin Saunders who works closely with her


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