CHILDREN and YOUTH
We are an open group and all are welcome to drop in and join us.
We have a home corner, small world play, prays and pushchairs, cars and trikes, and much more. There is a separate mat for babies.
At the end of each session we gather together to sing nursery rhymes and songs.
The group is run by Pauline Mantle 07946 600292
Rainbows is for girls aged five to seven
Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games. Being a Rainbow is all about having the space to try new things. Through taking part in a range of different activities with girls their own age, Rainbows develop self-confidence and make lots of new friends.
Easily recognised by their distinctive turquoise sweatshirts, Beaver Scouts enjoy making friends, playing games, going on visits and helping others. They usually meet together once a week in a Beaver Scout Colony.
Some Beaver Scout Colonies also organise Sleepovers. These are often the first time a young person spends a night away from home. They take place in suitable buildings, often Scout centres.
For information contact Andy Cumberpatch at firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile: 07966288540
Visit the Beavers web site.
Girls in Brownies have incredible experiences together, make brilliant friends and discover the world around them. Every time they meet up, groups of Brownies learn new skills and take on challenges as they work out what they want to be and do in the future.
For information (Tuesday group) Contact Lynne Burns, Mobile 07596758440; E-mail email@example.com
(Thursday group) Contact Rebecca Allen, E-mail Beck_allen@outlook.com Visit the Brownies web site and the Brownies section on the main Girlguiding web site.
For Cubs, excitement and adventure are key. Their programme offers a huge variety of activities surrounding areas of fitness, global and beliefs; whilst allowing them to be creative and get involved in their local communities. Cubs are introduced to exciting outdoor skills and take part in adventurous activities, as well as camps and residential experiences.
Visit the Cubs web site and the Cubs section on the main Scouts web site.
Scouts aims to build and develop young people’s confidence, sense of adventure and outdoor skills, as well as encouraging them to explore their beliefs and attitudes and be creative. It offers them the independence to put these skills into practice at camps and even on international trips.
Scouts are encouraged to work together and take the lead on all sorts of projects, from community based work to planning games and activities for their meetings.
Visit the Scouts web site.
Girls take what they do in guiding with them as they grow up. They develop the skills and confidence that they need to reach their potential - as students, colleagues, parents, friends and citizens - and become the young women that they want to be.
For information contact Eleanor Lang, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; Telephone 0115 9277212
Visit the Girlguiding web site.
Whether you're brand new to The Senior Section or have been a member for ages, there’s something for you.
For information contact Caroline Turner, mobile 0778622663