A HUNDRED years of North Berwick’s 1st Brownie unit are being celebrated with a special appeal for photographs and memories of the unit’s history.

During the Brownie group’s 100th year, it is keen to look back over its history and is appealing to former members for photos and memories.

They can be sent to Browniesnb1st@hotmail.co.uk

It is hoped that the items will be used to make a photography book of the unit’s history to preserve it for future Brownies and leaders. Another idea suggested is a display, possibly in a shop window.

A further suggestion is gifting what will be created to either Girlguiding archives or to the Coastal Communities Museum in North Berwick.

Alison Bell, the Brownies’ guider in charge, added: “The Brownies were super excited to see the unit’s original certificate of incorporation signed by Lady Baden-Powell, so we thought it would be good to have something for future generations.”

The group’s 100th birthday, on December 13, saw the youngsters enjoy an afternoon with alpacas.

They visited John Muir Alpacas, near John Muir Country Park, and walked the animals.

They also took part in craft activities.