Rainbows looking even brighter

Rainbows looking even brighter


Young members of a new Rainbows group in a Staffordshire village are looking even brighter thanks to a donation by Cameron Homes.

The Chasetown-based house building company has handed over high vis vests to the First Armitage Rainbows, set up in the village recently.

“We now have around 20 girls attending weekly sessions, ranging in age from five to seven, from Armitage but other surrounding villages,” said Sandra Malkin, the group’s leader.

“Rainbows teaches girls valuable life skills, develops their self confidence and helps them to make new friends. Many of the activities the members take part in are outdoors during our evening meetings and the donation of the hi vis vests will enable us to take the girls out knowing that they can be seen safely by the general public and traffic.

“All of the girls and leaders from the First Armitage Rainbows would like to say a massive thank you to Cameron Homes for donating the vests and helping us to keep our girls safe.”

Sonya Bagley of Cameron Homes, which builds developments throughout Staffordshire and surrounding counties, said that the firm was happy to help.