Wellbeing Challenge

 The 2nd Moulton Brownies were busy during the winter term working through their Mindfulness Interest Badge and thinking more widely about their wellbeing and that of their family and friends. As part of the term activities, girls worked hard to produce a wellbeing Fun Challenge Badge. This aims to encourage us all to think about 5 vital elements of our wellbeing.

Mindfulness Challenge Badge

Girlguiding Jubilee Virtual Castle Camp

The committee at Jubilee invite you and your            
units and Guilds to a virtual Castle themed

While we can’t camp at our lovely site we have created this fun weekend. Activities can be done throughout April / over a weekend.

Everyone is welcome to join in as much or as little as they want.

Leaders please share the links with your girls.


County Challenge Badge

County Challenge BadgeThis challenge has been designed for all ages to take part in, from Rainbows to Trefoil Guild.

You need to complete 10 challenges in total, with at least one from each section.

There are six areas.  History and Heritage, Water, Sports, International, Arts and Crafts and Food.

Once you have completed the 10 Challenges use the form at the back of your pack to order your badges.

Nights Away Badge

How many do you have?

Girlguiding Northamptonshire Nights Away Badge Scheme is open to all members, from the newest Rainbow to the most mature adult member, you can celebrate going away with Guiding by gaining all the Nights Away cloth badges!

We started on 20/10/10, so you can count your Nights Away from then. Badges available are 1, 5, 10, 15, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150 & 200 nights.

To take part, complete the Nights Away Record Card every time you go away for one night or more on a recognised Guiding event. This could be a sleepover, camp, holiday, boating event, expedition, international trip etc.

Once you have reached the requisite number of Nights Away to gain one of the badges, you can apply for the badge.  Badges are now available from the County Shop and the Division Shop. You can include the cost of the badge into residential fees, or take it from unit funds.

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