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148th City of Edinburgh Guide Unit have created a fun ‘Going Dutch’ Badge challenge to help them raise funds for going to to the Harlem Jamborette in The Netherlands in… Read more »
A new uniform for Guides has been unveiled today (Tuesday 12 August 2014), with the first items in the new range now available for sale in Girlguiding Scotland’s Edinburgh and… Read more »
If the Big Brownie Birthday has taught us one thing, it’s that Brownies know how to party! From celebrating at Buckingham Palace and No 10 Downing Street to the fantastic… Read more »
A Gaelic version of the ‘Ready for Rainbows’ book has been launched by Girlguiding Scotland. ‘Ready for Rainbows’ is a resource available to all new Rainbows when they join a… Read more »
What do World War I flying ambulances and Girlguiding Scotland have in common? Answer: a redoubtable war hero. Miss Georgiana Fyfe, a Commissioner for Girlguiding Glasgow, joined Dr Hector Munro’s… Read more »
Story: A group of Brownies got some advice from the top when Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon popped in to her former Unit to urge them to aim high. Ms… Read more »
The Breaking Barriers resource is a new Go For It! encouraging Guides to think about the issues and barriers that girls face around the world. Breaking Barriers introduces girls aged… Read more »
Netherurd, Scottish guiding’s home from home, is set to get a makeover which will include new adventure activities and ‘glamping’ style accommodation.
Are you a Leader aged 18 or over? Would you like the opportunity to work with other Guiding and Scout Leaders across Europe to stamp out poverty and promote equality and fairness?
800 Girlguiding Scotland members took over Eglinton Park, North Ayrshire, for the charity’s first ever festival-style camp – G in the Park – from 3 – 7 July 2015.