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We've gathered together the photos from our Wild Night In virtual sleepover into one fantastic album. Wild Night In was a virtual sleepover held for Guides and Rangers at the beginning of June. The sleepover celebrated all of the things we love most about camp. Girls...
7 year old Eleanor from Cheadle Brownies, along with her siblings Caitlyn, Jack and George, have been working hard during lockdown to raise money for charity. To commemorate VE day they walked 75 miles between them raising a massive £335 for NHS Charities Together,...
Our members really are making us proud this week! This is Anna, a Guide in Lichfield Division. You might have seen her on Blue Peter last week? Anna has won this year’s Blue Peter sports badge competition, which was to design a Blue Peter badge for British athletes to...
Cannock Rainbow, Emily Scott, was thrilled to receive a letter of thanks from Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, last week. Emily had sent Mr Johnson a 'Get Well Soon' card last month when he was in hospital suffering from Covid-19. What a lovely act of kindness from one...
With lots of units holding virtual meetings during lockdown we've pulled together some of the best tried and tested activities for you to try with you girls. If you have any additional ideas then please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and...
Members from all across Staffordshire celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day in style despite social distancing. Individual garden parties were held with sandwiches, bunting, flags and cake. We might not have been able to celebrate this momentous day in the way...
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).
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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.