Category: North Cotswold Rainbows

VOLUNTEER WITH GIRLGUIDING

Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK, with over 500,000 members.

Thanks to the dedication and support of over 100,000 amazing volunteers, we are active in every part of the UK, giving girls and young women a space where they can be themselves, have fun, build brilliant friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and their communities.

We build girl’s confidence and raise their aspirations. We give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good.

We give them a space to have fun.

We run Rainbows (5-7 yrs), Brownies (7-10 yrs), Guides (10-14 yrs) and Rangers (14-18 yrs)

Interested in Volunteering ?

There are a myriad of ways you can get involved.

Our volunteering opportunities can fit around your skills, commitments and interests. You don’t need to have been involved in Guiding before to make a big difference and find a role that’s perfect for you.

What Volunteering is All About

Volunteering with us isn’t just about campfires and helping girls to get their next badge – although those are special moments that we all share.

It’s about empowering girls and giving them new experiences.

It’s about being a role model and helping girls to realise their full potential.

It’s sharing and developing your skills.

VOLUNTEER AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Your professional and personal experience, a specific skill or simply your enthusiasm – you have so much to share with girls and young women in Guiding.

It’s time to get involved.

Register your interest at www.girlguiding.org.uk

Or find out more at cotswoldn@girlguidingglos.org.uk

Cotswold North Rainbows

July saw some of the Rainbows from the Division join Rainbows from all over Gloucestershire at County Badge Day at Deer Park, Cowley.

There were 3 badges on offer during the morning session – Drawing, Family Tree and Nature. During the afternoon a lot of fun was had just across the road on Bubbs Hill where they all tried Grass sledging, Tunnelling, Archery, Giant Bubble blowing, a Stamp Trail and some Parachute games – Cotswold North Rainbows started a trend of rolling down the big hill! 

Various fun things have been happening within our Division Units, from Random Acts of Kindness, a visit to Batsford Arboretum to complete their British Tree Badge to taking part in many  Skills Builder Activities.

Moreton-in-Marsh Rainbows have been invited to visit their Fire Station during the holidays to learn about Fire Safety.

Gloucestershire Girlguiding will be having a promotional stand at Moreton Show on September 7th so if you are there please come and find us in the family area and find out how to join us or become a volunteer.

Daphne Walton

Communication and PR.

Fundraising Duck Day

Cotswold North Division Rainbows

On Sunday May 5th we held a very successful ‘Duck’ themed fundraising event at The Victoria Hall in Bourton on the Water to fund future Rainbows activities.

We sold Duck 70 duck themed Quiz sheets prior to the event, there was a decorated duck competition, open to all, where yellow plastic ducks on a paper plate were sold beforehand for £1 and returned, adorned with many colourful items, on beautiful artistic plates. The judging task, carried out by Tina and Herman from Warwickshire was a very difficult one, as we had over 50 entries, split into 4 different age groups. The Under 7 class was won by Cayson, the 7-10 class was won by Saga-Mae the 11-15 class was won by James and the over 16 age group by Kathleen. The overall Champion decorated duck was won by Elissa from Moreton-in-Marsh Brownies.

An exhibition of all the ducks was viewed and complimented by many people between 11am and 3pm and lots of donations were collected.

We also had a very popular Hook a Duck game with lots of prizes, a Duck Hoopla, a drop a coin on a Duck game, and a well supported duck craft and colouring table.

We sold lots of rainbow coloured duck shaped biscuits, duck themed cupcakes and crocheted duck badges. We will remain very grateful to the people from and the tourists in Bourton-on-the-Water that day who helped us to raise an amazing £257:31.

We also received some enquiries about girls wishing to join Rainbows.

Please visit the Girlguiding website if you are interested in becoming a volunteer or you have a 5-7 year old who like to come and join in the fun that we have in Cotswold North Division.

Or email Cotswoldnrainbow@girlguidingglos.org.uk

Daphne Walton

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