SOCIAL distancing restrictions haven't stopped Bathurst Girl Guides from keeping in touch.
And they haven't stopped them from keeping busy.
Acting district manager Lesley Buchan said local Guides took part in driveway Anzac Day services in uniform last month and have been working on this year's Anzac Badge - Saluting their Service 2020 program.
"Girls could choose from a variety of activities, including making Anzac biscuits, mapping the World War One countries that supported the Allies, making a paper boat or plane, drawing the Australian Defence Force Tri Service Flag, cooking something from another Commonwealth country or learning some first-aid," she said.
"Congratulations to Guides Charli, Abbey, Jessica and Jacinta and Junior Guides Isabelle, Lucy, Zoe and Scarlett F who have already completed the Anzac Badge."
Ms Buchan said Guides and their families also joined Guides and Scouts from all over the world recently in an attempt to set the record for the world's largest virtual camp.
"Thursday, April 30 was not a good evening to camp in the backyard in Bathurst, so most took the inside option to find an interesting place to sleep," she said.
"Girls packed a bag, helped cook a meal and taught their family a Guiding skill or song."
Starting this month, Guides NSW is celebrating 100 years of Guides in NSW, Ms Buchan said.
For any inquiries about Girl Guides, contact Kellick at email@example.com or phone 6337 4161.