What we offer…
From the smallest rainbow to the oldest Trefoil Guild member, everyone in our County is a valued member of the Girlguiding family. Girlguiding has a long history of empowering girls and young women to be their best.
From a small handful of girls who gatecrashed the first-ever Scout rally, demanding ‘something for the girls’, Girlguiding has grown into a vast and vibrant network of members across the UK.
The Guide Association was established in 1909 – thanks to the efforts of many intrepid girls who refused to accept that scouting was ‘just for boys’. Soon, these young women began completing badges in sailing, aviation and home electrics. Later still, Girlguiding members were making important contributions to the First World War effort – growing food, acting as messengers for government organisations and working in hospitals, factories and soup kitchens.
It’s been over 100 years since Girlguiding was established, and our members are still pushing boundaries and achieving great things.
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