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Mental health problems are very common. They are not a sign of weakness and can happen to anyone. People can experience mental health problems differently, too. This challenge pack has been created by Bethany Beardmore and her Guide unit as part of her Queen’s Guide...
The GOLD Team Georgia 2022 are very excited to share with you this challenge pack they have designed to accompany their GOLD badge for their forthcoming trip to Georgia. They hope you enjoy learning about Georgia and girl guiding and scouting in this beautiful...
1st Derrington Guides recently visited the Mayor’s Parlour in Stafford. They had a lovely evening finding out more about the history and meeting Philip and Edith Leason (Mayor and Mayoress of Stafford Borough) and the team. Since Edith is also a Brownie Leader in...
On Wednesday 6th July 1st Uttoxeter Guides took part in the escape challenge at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas. They had to work out puzzles to find clues to help them work out who the suspect was who’d stolen the Commonwealth medals. Fortunately they...
With the Commonwealth Games descending on Birmingham in the summer of 2022, Lichfield Division have created the Commonwealth Challenge Badge to help you gain a greater understanding of our Commonwealth. Explore some of the 54 independent and equal countries in Africa,...
Units from Stone and Eccleshall Division have taken part in Stone’s annual carnival. This year they decided to dress as flags of the Commonwealth with each Rainbow, Brownie, Guide, Ranger and Young Leader dressing in the colours of a flag whilst wearing a decorated...
In 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.