GB groups can can their hands on a free activity pack called Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women.
Trailblazers is aimed at primary and secondary school age children so it would be perfect to use with GB’s n:counta and n:spire groups.
The excellent resource is adaptable and flexible. You could just use it for a one-off night to celebrate International Day of the Girl (11 October) or Armistice Day (11 November). Or you could develop it into a five-week badge work programme.
Download our FAQs sheet below to find out more about how you could use the resource and how to get hold of a copy.
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