Chief Commissioner’s Challenge: Take 2 in 2022

We’re excited to launch the brand new Take 2 in 2022 challenge!

To mark the final year of the Chief Commissioner team being in post they’ve created this challenge as an opportunity for units to get out and about, be active and celebrate guiding!

How does it work?

The challenge can be completed individually or as a unit, and there are challenges for young members as well as for adult members! Feel free to mix it up – adults are welcome to complete some of the young member challenges, and young members can complete the adult challenges – please just have fun in whatever you do!

There are 21 challenges in total across the 3 sections – Community, Environment and Personal Development (or Self-Care for adults) – and Challenge 22 is to get active and contribute to our goal of travelling virtually around the country, or even the world, with a focus on being visible in your community on 22 May 2022. The challenge will continue until the new Chief Commissioner and her team take over on 31 August 2022.

How does it work?

You are very welcome to complete all 22 challenges, but we would suggest that each section completes the following number of challenges to earn their badge:

  • Rainbows – 1 from each section plus Challenge 22
  • Brownies – 2 from each section plus Challenge 22
  • Guides – 3 from each section plus Challenge 22
  • Rangers – 4 from each section plus Challenge 22

Don’t forget to show us what you’ve been up to on social media using #Take2in2022 and tag us @GirlguidingScot. Scroll down to download the pack and pre-order your badges today!

Get started

Download the Take 2 in 2022 Chief Commissioner’s challenge pack below today – we can’t wait to find out how you get on! Plus, you can download a simplified, no-colour version of the pack (which is easy to print) here.

Challenge 22

Please find out everything you need to know about taking the Challenge 22 part of the pack here!

Pre-order your badge!

Head to our online shop now to pre-order your Take 2 in 2022 challenge badge today!

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