BROWNIES VISIT UKSA

Brownies from units in Brighstone, Carisbrooke, Totland and Yarmouth had an exciting evening of water sports at UKSA during the summer. After designing rafts it was the turn of the girls to see if the rafts would float and if they did then which team would win the raft races. Some unusual designs were drawn ... read more

MARIE CURIE PRIZE FOR VENTNOR GUIDE DAISY McKENNA

Ventnor Girlguiding member Daisy McKenna has won a prize in a national competition organised by Marie Curie. Julie Hudleston, leader of 1st Ventnor Guides where Daisy (aged 12) is a member said “I don’t know where I read it but we have been doing the competition for the last four or five years at least. ... read more

GUIDES AND BROWNIES HAVE FUN

Held in the grounds of Ryde School older Brownies and the Guides from across the Island enjoyed all the fun with a day camp. Activities on offer were: traditional tent pitching, camp fire cooking, handicrafts, knotting and gadget making as well as pioneering with rope walks high in the trees. To round off the day ... read more

RAINBOWS HAVE FUN IN THE SUN

Despite very high temperatures during the summer of 2013 the Rainbow members of Girlguiding IW have been having fun in the sun with the girls and their leaders enjoying an end of meetings for the year treat. Several units of Rainbows explored Seaview Wildlife Encounter enjoying especially the penguin feeding where every girl had the ... read more

RAINBOWS ROMP AROUND AT HAVENSTREET.

Over 120 Rainbows, the youngest members of GIrlguiding, from across the Island gathered at Havenstreet Steam Railway for a traditional Rainbow Romp. At the event coordinated by the Island’s two Rainbow Section Commissioners- Carol Firth and Anne- Marie Kitcher- there were a number of different activities for the girls to choose from and undertake all ... read more

ANNUAL REVIEW 2013-GIRLGUIDING ISLE OF WIGHT CELEBRATES

On a sunny Saturday afternoon in the middle of May, members of Girlguiding Isle of Wight celebrated their successes for the year with afternoon tea at Ryde Junior School. Welcoming everyone to the event Patricia Partridge, Island President, gave a special welcome to the Island’s Lord Lieutenant Martin White and Mrs White, Sir Guy Acland, ... read more