The Trefoil Guild is open to members from the age of 18. Guilds meet regularly, often at a local Guide HQ or a community centre, sometimes at an activity centre, restaurant or a local place of interest.
The activities of each Guild reflect the interests of the members. Sometimes assisting at a Guide event, occasionally fund-raising to support a local activity, sometimes enjoying a visiting speaker and often a purely social meeting for the pleasure of each other's company.
Learn more about the Trefoil Guild HERE.
Normanby Trefoil Guild spent a lovely afternoon bird watching at Saltholme with a very helpful and informative guide! Thank you Valerie Milsom for sharing your expertise with us and making it so interesting.
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Across Cleveland and the Tees Valley there are Trefoil Guilds in:
Tees West Guild celebrated their own 25th anniversary with a river cruise on the Tyne, a visit to the Angel of the North followed by afternoon tea.
Cleveland Trefoil members celebrate their 75th anniversary in style at Wynyard Hall.
Over 100 Trefoil members from across the county descended on Wynyard Hall for Sunday lunch, followed by an extremely interesting talk about the history of Wynyard Hall by members of Sedgefield Local History Society. Members had the opportunity to walk in the grounds and visit the ornate chapel.
Local guilds also held celebrations.
Hartlepool Guild joined with guiding members to cook on an open fire, dance to Glenn Miller, try some old fashioned games
and, of course, eat cake!
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Tees West also spent a day in Goathland where they were hosted by a former chairperson who now lives there.