1st Pannal Rainbows began meeting in 1991, 26 years ago. Since then many girls have had fun and started their journey with Girlguiding. They have tried new activities and enjoyed games and crafts. They’ve attended away days and parties and the odd sleep-over. The girls really enjoy the 1 hour of Rainbows on a Wednesday night but for this group to continue into 2018, Girlguiding need new adult volunteers to come forward to lead it.
Help and support is on hand for any new volunteer and training on 1st Aid and Safeguarding is provided free of charge. To see the girls faces light up each week at Rainbows is so rewarding, please consider volunteering with us now;
12th Harrogate Guides was set up in 1952, 65 years ago. They meet weekly for a couple of hours at St Mark’s church on the Leeds Road. Since then hundreds of girls have enjoyed meeting to learn new skills, try new activities and sometime challenge themselves to try something they’ve never done before. The guide group has seen lots of volunteer leaders over the years, some of which have taken them away on camp others have organised theatre trips and outings to London. But lots of the time the guides enjoy their time together being creative in the winter months and more adventurous in the summer ones.
Sadly the group can’t continue into its 66th year without new volunteers coming forward to help. Guides begin their journey at 10 years of age, and it is very rewarding as a leader to watch these young girls develop into strong, confident young women willing to try most things and to do their very best in anything they put their hand to. Help and support is on hand for any new adult volunteer and training on 1st Aid and Safeguarding is provided free of charge. Please consider volunteering with us now; https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/why-volunteer