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.

We give girls a head start in life through fun, adventure and friendship.

Discover what your daughter could get out of guiding, and how she can take part.

Senior Section Spectacular


We’ve got a truly spectacular programme of Scottish events, challenges and fun lined up – and there’s something for everyone.

There’s always something to get involved with at Girlguiding Scotland – browse our events calendar to see what’s coming up.
Scottish guiding’s home in the Borders offering outdoor adventure, camping, meeting and events, pack holidays and fun days out.
Shop our full range of uniforms, badges, gifts and publications for girls and volunteers – and raise money for Scottish guiding.
We’re in communities across Scotland, giving girls a head start in life and encouraging them to be happy and confident.

Girl Up with our new book review

27th July 2016

Katie Horsburgh, Senior Section member in Edinburgh and Girlguiding Advocate, tells us what she’s been reading recently and how you should hurry to your nearest bookshop to grab a copy.

Share what skills you’ve learned in guiding for World Youth Skills Day

15th July 2016

World Youth Skills Day celebrated on 15 July 2016 aims to raise awareness of the importance of young people acquiring skills. We want to highlight the valuable skills that you gain through guiding.

SS16 as it happened – highlights from camp

14th July 2016

See the highlights from SS16, our annual camp for Senior Section members, with our as-it-happened storify.

HRH The Earl of Wessex joins Girlguiding Scotland members to celebrate the success of DofE Award

7th July 2016

HRH The Earl of Wessex visited Netherurd, Girlguiding Scotland’s home from home in the Scottish Borders, to see how the The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is helping girls and young women to grow in confidence and discover new skills.

100 Girlguiding Scotland members help to open Parliament

5th July 2016

One hundred Girlguiding Scotland members joined with thousands of young people from across Scotland to help officially open the fifth Session of the Scottish Parliament.