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We have launched a brand new three-week challenge - "Grown-ups in Guiding" - or GiG for short. The aim is for parents/carers to get an insight into how a unit runs, the type of activities our girls do and potentially encourage them to volunteer as a leader themselves....
Congratulations to the following leaders who completed the Girlguiding Leadership Qualification in August 2021. Modules 1 to 4 (Leader) Imogen Forster - Rainbows - Newcastle Division Megan Bloore - Brownies - Newcastle Division Sarah Heath - Rainbows -...
Congratulations to the following leaders who completed the Girlguiding Leadership Qualification in June and July 2021. Modules 1 to 4 (Leader) Helen Boote - Guides - Stoke North Division Modules 1 to 3 (Assistant Leader) Alison Way - Brownies - Stafford...
Members across the county are helping us to grow Guiding in Staffordshire by taking part in our Sunflower Challenge. Over 750 members ordered one of our Sunflower Challenge kits which contained a badge, a bag of seed and a couple of postcards. The aim of the challenge...
Longton Division have put together a challenge badge suitable for all sections. There is no set limit to how many activities you do as they are just ideas to keep members occupied during lockdown and beyond. The badge order form can be found inside the challenge...
1st Walton Rainbow, Charlotte Beardmore, is now moving up to Brownies having been awarded her silver award and given a certificate in recognition of gaining all 12 badges, even whilst meeting on Zoom. Charlotte’s storyteller badge even earned her a Blue Peter Badge...
Throughout 2017 Girlguiding Staffordshire celebrated its 100th birthday. We had a whole host of events and activities to mark this momentous occasion. To read more about what we got up to visit our Staffordshire Celebrates pages.
Our Girlguiding Staffordshire Headquarters makes a perfect location for your sleepover or unit holiday. We have a single storey building, with full disabled access, situated in the small village of Hixon, near Stafford.
In Staffordshire we pride ourselves on providing excellent training opportunities for all of our volunteers from Girlguiding’s mandatory courses such as ‘A Safe Space’ through to courses such as ‘Campfire Singing’ to help enhance the programme we offer to our members.
Welcome to Girlguiding Staffordshire
Girlguiding Staffordshire provides a unique girl-only space, vital for personal and social development. It’s a safe, inclusive space where girls can be comfortable just being themselves. Guiding Staffordshire offers a unique opportunity for girls to acquire leadership skills, to become self-reliant and to develop a sense of well-being and self-worth.
Our sections consist of Rainbows (5-7 years), Brownies (7-10 years), Guides (10-14 years) and The Senior Section (14-25 years).
Buy items from our shop
The Girl Guiding Staffordshire shop sells a range of Girlguiding Merchandise including uniforms for all sections, region t-shirts, hoodies and zoodies, programme and fun badges, publications, stationery, gifts and much more. Please visit us and have a good browse around.