A group of girls has stepped back in time to see what guiding was like in the 1940's.
It's the 5th year that the guides have held a 40's camp at Gressenhall Farm and Workshop near Dereham in Norfolk.
The Girl Guides Association was founded in 1910 a year after a group of girls turned up to the first boy scouts rally in Crystal Palace and asked for their own group. In 1914 a younger version of the Guides was launched known as Rosebuds and later changed to the Brownies.
Today the Girl Guide Association has more than 538,000 members and continues to be the largest girl only youth organisation in the UK.