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  • Girls' Attitude Survey 2014
    The Girl's Attitude Survey for 2014 is now available to read.

    The survey is an insight into the lives of the girls involved with the Guiding, examining everything from their attitudes to body image, to their thoughts about the opposite sex. As ever, we are incredibly proud of the girls and young women who participated in the questions and helped to shape the study. Please click to read.

  • Girlguiding LaSER ROARS
    It’s coming! Booking will open Thursday 27th November at 5pm for an adult’s only weekend of activities at the PGL centre in Hailsham, East Sussex. This is a chance for leaders and adults to try out all the fun activities we always see the girls doing. This is a weekend for adults only.

    For more information please click

  • Duke of Edinburgh Training Days Available for LaSER Volunteers
    LaSER is offering 3 training courses for those involved in DofE. There is an , and a . Book now to avoid disappointment.
  • #GrowingUpWild - Now live
    Our Growing Up Wild website is now live and ready for you to explore! Check out local wildlife havens and ideas for how to earn the full rainbow of badges. To visit the site click . Please keep sending your photos to our and pages! And don’t forget to use the hashtag
  • Girlguiding has partnered with Easyfundraising
    easyfundraising is a free service that allows charities and other good causes to raise money every time a supporter shops online – and it won’t cost anyone a penny to use. We at LaSER are now working with them to give you easy ways to raise funds! To find out more and to register your unit, please click here
  • Girlguiding launches #GirlsMatter
    In the run-up to the 2015 General Election, girls and young women are calling on politicians to listen to their voices! Our Girls Matter report consists of girls and young women saying what they think about issues that are important to them today and what they want to see change. It presents eight calls for change which could transform girls’ lives and make Britain a fairer and more equal place for girls to grow up and flourish. See more .
  • Julie Bentley wins most admired Chief Executive
    Girlguiding CEO Julie Bentley has been awarded most admired CEO at the Third Sector Awards last night! Julie has been instrumental in turning Girlguiding into the 'ultimate feminist organisation' and bringing about campaigns that give young women a voice. We're all incredibly proud. To read more about the award, click .
  • Sangam: My WAGGGS World Centre Story!
    Read Rachel's story about her time working as the Marketing and Communications Intern at Sangam World Centre in Pune, India. She has met women from all over the world and experienced the bright and colourful culture of India whilst living at WAGGGS World Centre! Read her tale of saris, monsoons and bollywood .
  • Wellies and Wristbands Festival 2014!
    We hope everyone had a wonderful time at Wellies and Wristbands! This fantastic festival-style event was for Guides and members of The Senior Section with their Leaders. Participants enjoyed music, dancing, high-adrenaline activities and much more. For pictures and videos see .
  • The New Guide Uniform Unveiled!
    We thought it was time to give the guiding uniform an overhaul! After consulting girls from across the country, the opportunity to design the uniform was given to five young women – Kate, Jess, Megan, Hattie and Georgia – studying fashion at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB). A uniform for young girls designed by young girls! See
  • Welcome to the website for Girlguiding London and South East England Region (LaSER)
    To celebrate 100 years of Brownies we sent 15 girls from Girlguiding LaSER to visit Number 10 Downing Street! In total 100 girls from across the country went to discuss their hopes for girls in the future with David Cameron! Read all about their adventure


Girlguiding London and South East England Region (LaSER) is the leading charity for girls and young women in London and the South East – with over 81,000 fantastic Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section members and volunteers. We give girls a space where they can be themselves, have fun, build brilliant friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and their communities. We build girls’ confidence and raise their aspirations. We give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good!

Use the Girlguiding LaSER website to keep up-to-date with the latest news, events, challenges and activities. We’ve also got useful resources for you to download!