Kirsten Mitchell

Brownie | 9 I was a Rainbow before I was a Brownie. The thing I like most about being in guiding is trying new things.
Parents

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Who's your #WOWwoman?

We’re launching a new campaign – WOWwoman – to celebrate inspiring role models and empower a new generation of girls and young women to aim high.

Chart-topping sensation, Jess Glynne has announced that she’ll be performing at our biggest ever TARTAN GIG!

Don’t miss out, book your tickets now!

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Jess Glynne to show her girl power at TARTAN GIG

16th January 2017

Chart-topping sensation, Jess Glynne has announced that she’ll be performing at our biggest ever TARTAN GIG! One of the UK’s most in-demand artists, Jess Glynne will be performing exclusively for… Read more »

Empowering the next generation of female leaders

13th January 2017

As the leading charity for girls and young women in Scotland we are excited to welcome new proposals calling for equal gender representation on public bodies.   Angela Constance, Equalities… Read more »

Whipping up some Social Action

28th December 2016

Leader Kirsty explains how her unit are taking baking action to help people who are unwell this Christmas and have been doing so since 1993! The 193rd City of Edinburgh… Read more »

Opportunity: Join our governance working group

27th December 2016

Wanted……..strategic thinkers to join Girlguiding Scotland’s Governance Working Group.  In 2017 Girlguiding Scotland will review how it is organised, the way we are managed and governed as a charity. It… Read more »

Adventures aren’t just for summer!

23rd December 2016

Kirsty, from Ross-shire Rangers shares why her unit loves winter adventures! And tells us why you don’t want to miss out by sticking to indoor activities this winter.   Our… Read more »