Being a Girlguiding Scotland Trainer has taught me lots in return

Evelyn Smith – Girlguiding Scotland Trainer and Brownie, Guide and Senior Section Leader and District Commissioner for Girlguiding Renfrewshire – blogs about what she gets out of training other guiding volunteers.

First Minister joins Glasgow Brownies for extra-special pow-wow

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon dropped in to see Brownies from the 192nd City of Glasgow Brownie Unit on Monday (8 February 2016) and take part in an extra special pow-wow.

Former member Lorraine Kelly thanks Scottish guiding for STV Appeal funds

TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has thanked Scottish guiding units for taking up her ceilidh challenge and raising thousands of pounds for the 2015 appeal.

Edinburgh Zoo meet-up brought fun and friendship of guiding alive

Kateri Wilson-Whalley blogs about why being Leader of the Scottish Senior Section Lones is ‘zoo’ much fun…

Celebrate 2016 with a Spectacular mountain challenge!

Clare Martin from Girlguiding Aberdeenshire blogs about taking on a mountain marathon as part of Girlguiding Scotland’s Senior Section Spectacular celebrations.

Create a family tree for your unit

Welcomed some new girls into your unit recently? Why not celebrate by creating your very own guiding family tree? Simply print off your own A3 tree poster using this template,… Read more »

Guiding groups cut a caper for Lorraine’s ceilidh challenge

Guiding groups up and down Scotland are ceilidh-ing for a good cause in aid of the STV Children’s Appeal 2015.

Quest for ‘perfect’ body is harming girls’ mental wellbeing

Girlguiding Scotland member and Girlguiding Advocate Katie Horsburgh says busting the body myth is key to improving girls’ mental wellbeing.

We call for action as research reveals pressures on girls

Girlguiding Scotland is calling for politicians to listen to girls’ concerns as major new Girlguiding research reveals today (Thursday 24 September 2015) that UK girls are facing a maelstrom of… Read more »

Think you’re not a blogger? Think again!

Find out why all Girlguiding Scotland members should get the blogging bug.