What we do
How old is your daughter?
Being a Rainbow is all about having the space to try new things and have fun.
Rainbows are aged 4 – 7 and learn by doing; they get their hands dirty, play games, do sports and make arts and crafts.
Through taking part in a range of different activities, which can include sleepovers, with girls their own age, Rainbows develop self-confidence and make lots of new friends.
Brownies offers girls exciting opportunities to try new things and discover their potential.
Brownies are aged 7 – 10 and make their own decisions, learn new hobbies, develop skills and explore other cultures.
They follow the Girlguiding programme in their unit meetings, get adventurous, and go to special events, camps and holidays.
Guides get out there and do something really different.
Aged from 10-14, Guides plan their own meetings and explore new places, go on camps and trips, and learn skills for life.
Guides have an amazing time at exclusive events like the BIG GIG concert and our very own fun-packed festival, Wellies and Wristbands.
For Rangers, it’s all about taking the lead and finding new challenges.
Rangers are young women aged 14 – 18, who meet up regularly, build a network of friends and have fun doing activities together.
Rangers are offered exciting opportunities to travel the world, get their voices heard through advocacy campaigns, support the local community, gain leadership skills and earn awards and qualifications to help enhance their CV.