Were you a member of the Girls' Brigade as a youngster?
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Calling former Girls' Brigade members! Today we are looking back at the popular girls' organisation around Suffolk over the years.
As well as church parades, members have taken part in all kinds of activities. Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in our gallery?
The organisation has around 9,000 members in England and Wales, with 2,000 leaders. Members cover an age range from four to 18, and there are also activities for over-18s.
The Girls' Brigade was founded in Ireland in 1893, making it an older organisation than the Girl Guides, which started in 1910. It celebrated its centenary in 1993. However, it is 10 years younger than the Boys' Brigade, which started in 1883.
Although groups have not been able to meet in person during lockdown, they have been holding activities online and look forward to meeting again when restrictions are eased.
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