Atworth Guides

1st Atworth Guides

Fridays 7.30pm-9.00pm

1st Atworth Guides


Enquiries welcome to join 10-14 years, DOFE, Volunteer 16+, Young Leader 14-17 or to become Leader 18+.
Activities include Unit meeting and skills builder activities program, earning badges.  Baking, day trips, events, sleepovers etc.
Call  07825 229184  or 07738 280582 

A place where you can explore the things you love and do stuff you’ve never done before. Where else can you think up a new sport, make a new perfume, cook over a campfire, design an advertising campaign, have a mocktail party, raise money for a charity you believe in? At Guides, you can do all of this and loads more. 

What do girls do in Guides? 

Guides follow our programme. In unit meetings, you’ll do fun activities, play games and earn skills builder badges, all while being supported by our trained volunteers. 
You could get skills builder badges in themes such as camping, communication and first aid. And if you want to take guiding home, there’s lots of interest badges to do in between unit meetings, like the craftivism badge, fixing badge and whittling badge. 
Many units split girls into small groups called patrols for some activities and, as you get older, you’ll have a chance to become a patrol leader. You could also try out the Guide camp permit, become a Rainbow or Brownie helper with a local unit and inspire our youngest sections, or become a member of Amplify, who help staff and senior volunteers make decisions about the future of Girlguiding. 
As well as going to events planned locally with your unit, you could also go to our jam-packed adventure weekend, Fearless Fun, our extreme winter camp, Sparkle and Ice, and our very own festival , Wellies and Wristbands, and make friends from around the UK.