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There aren't many people in Girlguiding Staffordshire that don't know Glenda Lockley, Newcastle Division's President and shop manager for Newcastle's trading depot. Therefore we were thrill to hear that Glenda has been the very first recipient of a new award from...
Barbara Waterhouse, a member of Leek Trefoil Guild, passed away last year and left Girlguiding Staffordshire £5000 in her will. Discussions were held with Leek Guild and it was decided to build a garden seating area by the steps going from the car park to the main...
Congratulations to the following leaders who completed the Girlguiding Leadership Qualification in July 2019. Modules 1 to 4 Emily Chadwick - Leek Division Additionally the following leader has completed an module 4 of the Leadership Qualification to enable...
Over Easter 2021, a group of Girlguiding Staffordshire members aged 18-30 will travel to Finland to join the Finnish Guides and Scouts on a large winter camp. They will learn to live in the cold, with a night in a snow cave, some snow hikes but also an opportunity to...
3rd Barton Brownies are delighted to share that they have had four girls work incredibly hard over the last few months to achieve their Brownie Gold Award before they move up to Guides. We love seeing photos of girls working on the new programme and receiving their...
Alrewas Brownie, Jaishree Davies, has earned her Charities Badge by raising £1,000 and running the Race for Life. Jai who is now just 8 years old has been a member of Girlguiding since she was five. 3rd Alrewas Rainbows and 1st & 2nd Alrewas Brownies all helped to...
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.