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we are 90 years old next year, and currently have 18 girls, one young leader one new adult leader (working towards her warrant) two leaders who are coming from a unit that has had to close. I have taken over this term as the previous leader was unsuitable, and we have been left with a poor bank balance, but we are excited about the future are planning to attend wellies and wristbands next year and also the big gig

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