Planting a tree to remember Dr Helen Laird
Renfrew Trefoil Guild meeting in February where they, celebrated Thinking Day.
It’s that time of year again! We hope you enjoy reading about what the county have been up in the past year!
Spooky shenanigans were to be had all across Renfrewshire last week in celebration of Hallowe’en, from pumpkin carving to ghoulish scavenger hunts!
All over Scotland, Trefoil Guild members are taking part in the Trefoil Walking Festival.
Over the past couple of months, volunteers across Renfrewshire have been hard at work at South Newton making it ready for the new season.
To facilitate more Covid safe fun we are raising money for an adventure play park at South Newton! 🤩
On this 50th Birthday of South Newton, we would like to tell you a little of the history of the South Newton and how it came to be in the possession of Girlguiding Renfrewshire.
Our new challenge pack is here!
Looking at what our members were up to before COVID, we throwback to 1st Finnart Rainbows making their Promise.
Lucy from the 23rd Greenock Brownies has been learning all about Roberts Burns whilst at school and wrote a piece about the hardship of lockdown in Scots to honour Robert Burns.
Before planning for the future, we must thank the volunteers, that made up the last leadership team, for their outstanding contribution and commitment to the Division over the last 5 years.
Bishopton Trefoil were asked to talk about their Pandemic Positives with a fantastic range of responses.
The 2nd Gourock Brownies had a Zoom 100th Birthday party recently!
As Rangers fully support and encourage women empowerment, it is always important for us to spread positivity and promote confidence among our diverse group of girls.