THE annual reunion of Girl Guide was on again for its 12th straight year at a Banora Point home.

Anne Biddlulph hosts the annual event with today's reunion attracting 29 former girl guides, trainers and commissioners.

The girls ranged in age from 27 to 93 years old.

Ms Buddlulph said the girl guides was struggling for numbers but the people at the reunion were passionate about the former glory of the movement.

"Most of the people here have retired and only share a passion for the guides," Ms Buddlulph said.

The reunion has run for the past 12 years and Ms Buddlulph said she would be doing it again next year.

Guides and commissioners came from as far away as Sydney for the "get together."

"Leah from Story Dogs brought along her two dogs to show their reading support program, which helps many children to read,' Ms Buddlulph said.

Janine Sigley and Leah Sheldon created Story Dogs three years ago in Murwillumbah to assist children while reading.



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