Girlguiding Hall, 24 Ashurst Road, West Moors, Dorset, BH22 0LS

About Us

The purpose of Girlguiding is to make new friends, enjoy new activities and to work together as a unit.

In West Moors, there are Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, and Rangers which are all part of Girlguiding. The Guide Hall was officially opened by Mr D.J Richards and was dedicated to the service of guiding by the Rev. Sivyour on 2nd December 1989. For more information that includes the history of Girlguiding, go to Girlguiding UK.

All girls are welcome to join.

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Rainbows
Ages: 5 – 7
Brownies
Ages: 7 – 10
Guides
Ages: 10 – 14
Senior Section
Ages: 14 – 25

Guides have the opportunity to complete a special award which is called Baden-Powell Challenge Award. Many Guides in West Moors successfully complete the Baden-Powell Challenge.

There are also a few Young Leaders as well in West Moors which help out with Guide Leaders and Guides, Brownies or Rainbows and organise meetings. They can work on a Leadership qualification to become a Guide, a Brownie or a Rainbow Leader once they turn 18.

Rainbow Promise

I promise that I will do my best to think about my beliefs and to be kind and helpful.

Brownie Promise

I promise that I will do my best, to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people and to keep the Brownie Guide Law.

Guides & Senior Section Promise

I promise that I will do my best, to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people and to keep the Guide Law.