The girls enjoyed putting their own creative twist on the design, some going so far as to use repurposed cans from our “other” National Drink
4th Finnart Rainbows Had Some Spooky Fun At Their Halloween Party On Monday Night!
23rd Greenock Brownies And 2nd Larkfield Rainbows Came Together Last Week And Had A Fantastic, If A Bit Sticky, Halloween Party Last Week.
23rd Greenock Brownies And 2nd Larkfield Rainbows Had Great Fun Last Week Preparing For Halloween By Designing And Creating A Host Of Scary Pumpkins.
23rd Greenock Brownies At St Ninian’s Church Fete Are Shown Helping To Raise Money For The Church Fabric Fund.
Over The Last Few Weeks, 20th A Brownies Have Been Working On Their Hostess, Cook And Arts Badges.
A Member Of 2nd Gourock Guides Is Celebrating After Receiving The Highest Award For Guides; Girlguiding’s Section For Girls Aged Between 10 And 14 – The Baden-Powell Challenge Award.
Greenock District Scouts Amateur Radio club visited 4th Gourock Brownies over the last 2 weeks with their mobile Amateur Radio station to help the Brownies with their communicator badge.
Some fifty Guides and Leaders met in St Johns Church Gourock last week to take part in the bi-annual Greenock Division Guide Challenge.
23rd Greenock Brownies were busy making bird feeders and decorating plant pots for their hyacinth bulbs.
Four units from Greenock Division travelled north to Angus to attend a spectacular event in the beautiful grounds of Glamis Castle, childhood home of the Queen Mother.
Brownies from 23rd Greenock unit, based in St Ninian’s Church Larkfield, enjoyed a night of girl guiding traditions with their ultimate favourite making S’mores.
2nd Gourock Guides played catch-up recently when they had a very enjoyable evening doing activities that had been planned for earlier in the year but surprise surprise the weather prevented them happening!
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.