There are so many amazing people doing incredible things in Girlguiding both young members and volunteers! But sometimes it can be hard to thank people for their hard work or recognise their achievements. One way this can be done is via awards. Find out more about awards with Tash's blog.
Since early February that the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers in Lingfield and South Godstone have been corresponding, via postcards, with Girl Guides in Australia, South Africa and USA but that's not all. On Saturday 13 March, 100 girls and leaders flew to Arizona, via the power of Zoom, for a series of meetings with 100 girls and their leaders from Chandler, Arizona! Find out all about this international meeting.
"Learning a new language challenges yourself and also it helps you find words you love to say and you can learn about the interesting culture too!" We spoke to Scarlett from 6th Mitcham Brownies about her newest skill and loved what she had to say.
When an 11-year-old girl from 1st Roffey Guides in Horsham realised there would be no Remembrance Day parade this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, she approached her leaders to make sure the day was still marked as it should be. Not only did Siobhan ensure a wreath was laid on behalf of Horsham’s Division, she also ran 10km to raise money for the Royal British Legion.
3rd Three Bridges Brownies and 1st Three Bridges Rainbows joined together for a virtual sleepover at the start of the school holiday and the programme had a choice of activities on a rainbow and unicorn theme! There was food, craft, some exploring, a campfire call, and three Brownies made their promise!