By Tristan Harris 06/06 Updated: 12/06 23:19
THE HANBURY First Brownies have raised £110 towards Bromsgrove's Life After Stroke Centre after a charity cake sale.
The girls organised the event themselves, made the posters to advertise it, and baked the cakes and biscuits to sell.
Claire Benfield, the charity's regional fund-raiser for Bromsgrove, went along to Hanbury Village Hall where the group meets.
There she gave them a talk on stroke and The Stroke Association.
She praised the girls and said: "It really was a great group effort."
Brown Owl Pinky Jain said: "They came up with the idea themselves and chose The Stroke Association because a couple of the girls knew people who had suffered strokes."
The First Hanbury Brownies meet on Monday nights from 5pm to 6.30pm at Hanbury Village Hall.
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