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The end of June 2018 brought to a close over five years in role for Christine Mclachlan, retiring County Commissioner and her team of Julie Johnstone, Hazel Munro and Sandra Sutherland.
Guides and Brownies from Renfrew joined together in a sleepover for World Thinking Day 2019 onboard the Tall Ship at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow.
The 2nd Bishopton Guides visited Apple Braehead on Wednesday 6 March 2019 to experience a session of Coding.
1st Elderslie Guides celebrated International Women’s Day 2019 by telling Clyde 1/2 who their favourite inspirational women were and why. Did you hear them?
Greenock Division’s Thinking Day celebration was held in Port Glasgow Town Hall last Sunday 24th of February. Division Commissioner Norma Ramsey welcomed Ranger Guides, Guides,
Ella Miller, a 4th Gourock Guide, is standing for election as a Girlguiding Scotland nominee for the Scottish Youth Parliament. The Scottish Youth Parliament represents
On 1st Bridge of Weir Guides first evening back after the Christmas break the Guides enjoyed a ‘smarties evening’, where all the games revolved around Smarties.
In November over 60 Guides and Rangers held their annual autumn sleepover in FlipOut Glasgow.
Girlguiding Renfrewshire’s AGM took place on Sunday 25th November at the Erskine Bridge Hotel. It was Christine McLachlan’s last AGM as County Commissioner.
Kilmacolm District are hosting their annual Daffodil Fayre on Saturday 23rd March 2-4 pm with afternoon tea included in the entry price.
Paisley YMCA, 3rd South Rainbows & 33rd Paisley Brownies have joined together to help girls get into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects.
2nd Bishopton Guides had a great day with 1,300 members in Edinburgh for Wander the World to celebrate World Thinking Day 2019.
World Thinking Day 22nd February is a special day in the Girlguiding and Trefoil calendar when the 10 million girls in 150 countries celebrate the movement, especially the international dimension.
Six Guides from the 27th Greenock Guides, Emma, Caitlin, Jade, Anna, Anna and Eve who are all in the process of attempting the Baden Powel Challenge award organised a pamper night for the whole unit.