Rangers

Rangers (14–18)

Travel the world, learn to lead, raise your voice and build an incredible CV. It’s all about taking the lead and finding new challenges.

Rangers wear a brand new uniform, meet up regularly, have fun doing activities together and be recognised for their achievements with badges and awards. Whatever you want to do, Rangers offers a range of unique opportunities.

In Renfrewshire, Rangers have Dashed to Denmark, campaigned against period poverty, and had the opportunity to interview MSPs.

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Interest badges

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Awards and Honours

Rangers in Renfrewshire...

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Rangers

“…Have Fun and Take a Stance!”

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.

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County

World Thinking Day 2021

For World Thinking Day 2021 Girlguiding Renfrewshire chose to light up Renfrewshire!

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County

Silly Sock Challenge

In January we asked our members to submit pictures of their silliest socks.

F.A.Q.

Rangers are aged 14 to 18 years old

Rangers typically meet once a week, however they might only meet once a month or bi-weekly.

Of course! Rangers can take part in nights away and a wide range of trips. They can also take part in local and international camps.

So many! As a Ranger you can

  • Work towards any of the 18 interest badges and 20+ skills builders
  • Work towards your Leadership Qualification
  • Complete your Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Start your Queen’s Guide Award
  • Become a Peer Educator
  • Join the delegation at the British Youth Council
  • Join Girlguiding’s Advocate Panel
  • Take part in international adventures

Keep an eye on the Girlguiding and Girlguiding Scotland website for opportunities and be sure to take to your leader if something catches your eye.

Get started at Rangers

Find your local Ranger unit and register your daughter so she can join them