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Trefoil Guild

The Trefoil Guild is open to members from the age of 18. Guilds meet regularly, often at a local church hall or a community centre, sometimes at a 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.


Find your nearest Trefoil Guild

Across Cleveland and the Tees Valley there are Trefoil Guilds in:










Members have been busy making blankets out of crisp packets. After washing and then drying the packets well in advance, they then  put them together in a pattern before ironing to seal them. The finished blankets were then sent to Ukraine where they were gratefully received. If you would like to make them with your unit, your local Trefoil Guild would be happy to help.


 Celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee


Guilds have been enjoying celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in lots of different ways. Guisborough Guild joined in a celebration at Guisborough Priory with the local guiding units; Tees West Guild held a Jubilee party and members joined with other counties in the region for 'A Right Royal Day Out' where activities included crafts, such as making unicorn dream catchers, steel drumming and geocaching.

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