We have almost 2,000 Rainbows in almost 150 units across Staffordshire. The Rainbows are our youngest section aged just 5 to 7 years old. However, they may be small but they are mighty! Rainbow learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts, craft and play games. It is by taking part in these different activities with girls their own age that Rainbows develop self confidence and make lots of friends. On this page you can read about some of the latest adventures that our Rainbows have been having.
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read our latest Rainbows news
2nd Chasewater Rainbows recently completed Lichfield Division's brand new Umbrella Challenge. The girls extremely enjoyed completing the challenge. They had fun decorating their own umbrellas and doing the STEM rainbow experiment amongst other things as part of the...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows and their mums enjoyed a morning of creating beautiful flower posies in readiness for Mother’s Day. The morning was led by the wonderful Diana Scott MBE, life long member of Stone Girlguiding and well known for her excellent and entertaining...Read More
2nd Chasewater Rainbows have been having great fun trialling some of the new Rainbow activities from the new programme packs. So far they have tried 'Storytelling Sticks' and 'Tied up In Knots'. Has your unit tried any of the new activities yet? If so let us know...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows in Stone recently enjoyed a fun-packed sleepover. The made Christmas wreaths and brightly coloured crackers to take to the residents of Autumn House Nursing Home in Stone in time for the festive season. Jane West, leader in charge of the event...Read More
2nd Mow Cop Rainbows took part in UK Parliament Week which included making edible sparklers, re-enacting the State Opening of Parliament and visiting the Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent at the Lord Mayor's Parlour. The girls really enjoyed their visit and had a tour...Read More
2nd Norton Canes Rainbows, Brownies and Guides have taken over a disused plot of land from their parish council and since June have created a garden area to commemorate 100 years of Girlguiding Staffordshire. In June they held a working party picnic with all the...Read More