Girlguiding UK

In 1910 Robert Baden-Powell formed the Girl Guides with just a handful of girls and the help of his sister Agnes. Although their numbers were small, the girls passionately believed that they should have the same opportunities to develop their skills and abilities as Boy Scouts.

It is extraordinary to think that from such humble beginnings Girlguiding UK has grown to be largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women in the UK, and that there are a staggering ten million girls and women involved in Guiding worldwide.

We're the biggest voluntary organisation for girls in the UK, with more than 600,000 members!

Girls get involved in all kinds of fun and rewarding activities, make lasting friends and learn positive values for life.

There's plenty on offer for every age:

Rainbows 5- 7 years
Brownies 7 - 10 years
Guides 10- 14 years
Leaders 18- 65 years

Baden Powell Award

Congratulations go to two of our girls, Liza Bone and Emily McCaughie, who received their Baden Powell awards on 25th September 2018.
Well Done to both girls for the work they put in to gain this award. We are all very proud of you. 

Liza and Emily

12th Ayr Guides

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