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
Lichfield Division Rainbows had an unusual sleepover at the weekend in The Big Play Barn at Ash End Children's Farm, Tamworth. The girls had exclusive use of the equipment and played until they dropped and even the leaders joined in! The visit included a far tour...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows have been having a great time trying out the new programme. They chose 'First Aid' as their first Skills Builder and can be seen above completing the 'Killing The Germs' activity. They have also enjoyed looking at the interest badges in their...Read More
Stone Outward Division celebrated this year's World Thinking Day with a demonstration of African drumming followed by a hands on experience of trying out drumming themselves! What did your unit get up to this Thinking Day? We’d love to know. Please sent photos and...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows paid their annual visit to Autumn House Nursing Home to sing to the residents including Mrs Cath Beckett, who at the age of 91, is still the Badge Secretary for Stone and Eccleshall Division! The girls sang their hearts out and presented each...Read More
Members of Uttoxeter Division and their families and friends have been busy collecting toiletries and grooming products to create comfort bags for use in Burton Hospital. The idea came from an article about a similar scheme spotted in a Manchester newspaper by...Read More
Rainbows and their leaders from Abbots Bromley had great fun being interviewed by BBC Radio Stoke earlier this month. BBC Radio Stoke visited Abbots Bromley to carry out interviews with some of the contributors to the Best Kept Village win. The Rainbows and their...Read More