This week we have been proud to hold our second presentation event, this time for our younger members. Guides, Rangers, Young Leaders and younger adult Leaders gathered together on Thursday 7 July 2022 to celebrate a variety of awards being presented. Guides from across the county came with their families and leaders to celebrate earning their Gold Awards. This is the highest award for a young member ages 10-14 and involves a large amount of commitment; earning a range of badges on different topics, attending regular meetings to build up activity time points and going the extra mile to challenge themselves on a special Gold challenge.
Alongside these we presented 6 Young Leader Qualifications to young women who have worked on a programme helping them to develop their leadership skills and work with other adults to plan and deliver sessions to younger girls such as Rainbows (4-7 years) and Brownies (7-10 years) on a regular basis.
Our final award of the evening was for Rachel Cross, who was presented with her Queen’s Guide Award. This is the culmination of three years of work challenging herself in a range of areas from learning a new skill, taking on different responsibilities and showing a commitment to working with girls and young women on a regular basis.
Well done to all who received an award – we are so proud of your achievements!