This is one of the new taster cards we tried on Thursday night, the girls loved comparing the games and activities brownies used to do and what they do now.
2nd Gourock Guides rose to the challenge at their recent summer camp at South Newton when they completed a Scotland-wide challenge badge aptly named Rise to the Challenge.
Larkfield Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Leaders rounded off this Session with a District BBQ at Battery Park.
Ninety Guides from Greenock Division joined in the party at Girlguiding Scotland’s biggest ever POP concert on Saturday 17th June.
The 27th Greenock Guides had a fabulous five days in London during the Easter holidays.
2nd Kilbarchan Rainbows: The girls collected donations of food for a visitor from the Foodbank who came to give them a talk.
The 39thA Paisley Brownies had the fantastic opportunity of attending Scottish Girlguiding’s “Space is the Place” sleepover at Glasgow Science Centre.
An exciting visit to Ryze Trampoline Park based in Glasgow gave 3 Paisley Division Guide units an amazing evening out with exhilarating results.
The first ever Paisley Division Rainbow Overnight has been held at South Newton. The theme was a Princess overnight stay.
Central Division have been very busy yet again this year offering even more exciting opportunities and new experiences for all our girls and Leaders too.
‘We Discover, We Grow’ is Girlguiding’s strapline and here in Paisley Division we are proud to say that we certainly do just that!
Rainbow units have been busy working through the Roundabout Badges and making Promises and taking part in lots of crafts, games and songs and some themed nights.
Units and districts continue to encourage leaders and girls with sleepovers, weekends away, fundraising events, unit nights, within and outwith the meeting places, badge work, Go for Its, Rainbow Roundabouts, Pots of Gold Parties and SS16 events.
The 2nd Gourock Guides celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday with each Guide decorating an individual birthday cake in their own design.
South Newton was used by Greenock Division to hold a three-day camp.