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Exclusive screenings for Girlguiding Grampian


By Kirsty Brown

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Around 500 girls headed to Ellon to enjoy exclusive screenings of Frozen 2 this month.

In a special event organised by Girlguiding Grampian to coincide with events taking place in Odeon cinemas across the country, members - from five year old Rainbows through Brownies, Guides, Rangers and leaders - enjoyed watching the latest Disney hit which brings back the popular characters from the first movie.

Around 500 girls enjoyed exclusive screenings throughout the weekend. Picture: Phil Harman
Around 500 girls enjoyed exclusive screenings throughout the weekend. Picture: Phil Harman

In Frozen 2, the characters travel to an enchanted autumn forest to try and find the roots of Queen Elsa’s icy powers.

The highly anticipated sequel has received rave reviews since opening last month, delighting both new fans and fans of the original movie.

The popularity of the event meant that three separate screenings - two on Saturday and one on Sunday - had to be organised to accomodate the demand from members, who travelled from across Aberdeenshire as well as from Aberdeen and Moray to attend.

To commemorate the event everyone who attended received an Elsa’s Enchanted Movie Screening badge.

Around 500 girls enjoyed exclusive screenings throughout the weekend. Picture: Phil Harman
Around 500 girls enjoyed exclusive screenings throughout the weekend. Picture: Phil Harman

The organisation held a similar event in January with exclusive screenings of the latest Mary Poppins movie, which was equally as well received my members of Girlguiding Gordon and Girlguiding Banff and Buchan.

Girlguiding Scotland is Scotland’s leading organisation for girls and young women and boasts more than 50,000 members.

Anybody interested in finding out more about what the Girlguiding programme offers, how to get involved with volunteering or how to register a young person (aged five to 18) to join a local group can visit: www.girlguiding.org.uk.


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