A group of young girls from the north-east are setting their sights on bagging a share of the CommunitEE Chest cash haul.
The 23rd Aberdeen Girls’ Brigade sees girls as young as five meet weekly to socialise, play games, craft, dance, bake and have fun with others’ their age.
Angela Wilson, one of the officers for the group, said: “This year is special because the Girls’ Brigade is celebrating 125 years in Scotland.
“We’ve had many events, but there is going to be a big sleepover in the Glasgow Science Museum in November and the girls are quite keen to go along to that.
“The money will go towards the girls being able to take part, since it’s £20 for each girl.”
The Kincorth-based group – which operates from South St Nicholas Church, on Kincorth Circle on Thursdays – hosts 17 explorers aged five to seven; nine juniors aged eight to 11; and one brigader aged between 14-18.
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Angela added: “We’re also looking to put the funds towards new equipment.
“We go through a lot of crafts supply.”
To be in with a chance of landing a share of the £15,000 prize money, all organisations which are registered must collect more than 100 tokens from The Evening Express.
Tokens can be collected every day – with double tokens in this Saturday’s edition of the paper.