Find out how units are making the most of Girlguiding's new exciting programme.
10th Guisborough Brownies have taken local charities to heart with a mission to help those in need as they work towards one of the new badges.
North Langbaurgh girls held their own Britain's Got Talent.
1st Loftus Brownies had a go at the room in a box activity.
1st Eaglescliffe Brownies tried out 'Edible architecture', making structures from fruit and vegetables.
1st Eaglescliffe Rainbows experimented with 'Slippery Slopes', investigating friction.
Opportunity of a lifetime!
Guiding offers amazing opportunities, both for adults and girls. Adult members have just returned from an eleven-day trip to India to visit the Guiding World Centre at Sangam and to experience the sights of the famous Golden Triangle.
Future Girl Acts is a key part of Girlguiding's Planet Protectors
We want to make big change, so we’re coming together to tackle plastic pollution.
Groups measured the lines of plastic they had collected in "girls". One group's lines measured 84 Brownies, the equivalent of 3.5 blue whales! They then made plastic sculptures of animals they want to protect from plastic pollution. One group even went to the beach to pick up littered plastic.
Members of South Langbaurgh Division
enjoy an action-packed programme!
Girls gain the highest awards