劍橋郡的 "彩虹"、"布朗尼"、"嚮導 "和 "遊騎兵 "利用空閒時間在伊利市內撿拾垃圾。
導遊隊長Alexa Minett說，她為他們的辛勤工作感到 "難以置信的自豪"，因為這表明他們 "對社區的奉獻"。
她補充說，這次贊助的 "清潔馬拉松 "從伊利大教堂開始，覆蓋了該市的廣泛區域。
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More than 100 Girlguiding UK members have come out to clean up a city to raise funds for Children In Need.
The Cambridgeshire Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers spent their free time picking up litter across Ely.
Alexa Minett, Guide leader, said she was "incredibly proud" of their hard work as it showed their "dedication to the community".
The sponsored "clean-up-athon" started at Ely Cathedral and covered a wide area of the city, she added.
"Guiding is all about helping others and doing your best," Ms Minett said.
"Our members take a lot of pride in their community and want to help others," she added.
Items such as socks, old glasses, packets and bottles were all picked up during the event.
Members of the public were pleased to see the Guides out and about and gave them many "positive messages", Ms Minett said.
Children in Need has so far raised more than £35m this year- slightly down on 2021's £39m.
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