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.
Don’t forget if you’re a Rainbow leader in Staffordshire we want to hear all about what you’re up to. Complete the ‘Submit An Article’ form that can be found at the bottom of the page. Remember to include at least one good quality photograph too.
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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
Bucknall District has recently taken part in their local scarecrow festival and won 2nd prize! Each year Werrington, Stoke on Trent, has a village Scarecrow Festival. This year's theme was Film Folk. Bucknall District based their scarecrow display on Disney's The...Read More
Each day we’ll be uploading photos from our Unity international Guide camp. Pop back each day to view our latest updates. On Sunday 29th July we had Rainbows and Brownies join us as day visitors to see what life on camp was like. To view the photos please visit our...Read More
17th Longton Rainbows had so much fun making wedding cards for Harry and Meghan and were delighted to receive personalised thank you cards from Kensington Palace. They know that all their cards were read as the envelopes were addressed to each girl by name. The...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows have been working hard to earn their Unity Challenge badge. For the Earth Element of the badge they paid a visit to the Stone Community Hub where they found out about the valuable work that the Hub does in Stone.The girls arrived with various...Read More
Earlier in the summer, 2nd Beacon (St Peters) Rainbows unit made congratulation cards for the Royal Wedding and were thrilled with the replies they got. Rainbow Leader, Lorraine said: "I expected that we would maybe receive a letter back thanking us for our letter...Read More