Being a Guide is all about learning new skills, making new friends and helping others. Each Guide is encouraged to achieve her own personal goals with the opportunity to work for a wide variety of badges and Go For It challenges. This allows the girl to develop at her own pace.Guides work together in Patrols, groups of four to eight girls, providing a ready-made group of friends and helping the girls to feel that they belong to something special. A Patrol plans its own activities with the support of the Guide Leader so that each Guide learns to share in decisions that affect herself and others in the Patrol.

Guides are usually aged between 10 and 14. Any girl over the age of 10 can become a Guide as long as she is able to understand, and wants to make, the Guide Promise. Girls are encouraged to grow into well balanced, active young people through a dynamic programme which covers five 'Zones'.

Healthy Lifestyles... Promoting physical activity, often in the out of doors, healthy eating and positive self awareness amongst other activities.

Global Awareness... Increasing awareness of global issues and how each Guide can make a difference to the future of the world.

Skills and Relationships... Developing self confidence, promoting teamwork and improving their life skills.

Celebrating Diversity... Enjoying an increasing knowledge of the richness of our community while learning about individual rights and responsibilities.

Discovery... Challenging girls with new experiences and adventure.

The Guide 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.


BP Adventure, bivvying out under the stars A walk to Loch Ordie with Forfar Guides, leaders and a four legged friend

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