The 4th Chislehurst Rangers meet at Chislehurst Methodist Church
The Rangers have 22 members and meet fortnightly. the average attendence is 14, and recently the Rangers have been preparing for the Guiding Centenary celebrations. they have also been involved in fundraising, community action, and Duke of Edinburgh work. Trips on a canal boat, to the theater, to restaurants and to BIg Gig have been enjoyed.
The 4th Chislehurst Guides meet at Chislehurst Methodist Church
The Guide company has 36 members and meets weekly, with an average attendence of 30+.
We do lots of exciting things, including working for badges, outdoor activities, crafts, sports and games, pack holidays and loads more!
News from Guides
The guides have recently been involved in commuinty action, as well as activities such as camps, fund raising, badge work, canoeing, skiing courses, bowling and golf!
Seven Guides completed their Baden Powell Award.
Contact Sheila Edwards:
To be a Brownie you need to be 7 to 10 years old and want to have lots of fun and real adventure!
We offer a varied weekly programme including badge work, bowling, trampolining and swimming as well as different sports and games! Sometimes invited speakers teach us new skills or make us more aware of what is going on in the world, and we enjoy working for many different badges. There's usually a Pack Camping Style Holiday in the summer.
News from Brownies
We visited the Chinese State Circus in Bromley and learnt circus skills afterwards.
We went on a Brownie Holiday.
During the next year we plan to party in the park with the Brownies of the Borough, celebrate the Guiding centenary, go on holiday, go on a Butlins holiday with 30,000 other Brownies(!), look at commuinty awareness, fund raise for a local charity and do all the regular Brownie program of badge work and learning. We're going to have a busy year!
We meet at Chislehurst Methodist Church
Mondays: 6pm - 7.30pm
Contact Brown Owl: Helen Spooner : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rainbows meet at Chislehurst Methodist Church
To be a Rainbow you need to be 5 - 7 years old.
Rainbows have fun! They take part in games and activities as part of their programme called the Rainbow Jigsaw. Everything a Rainbow does helps her to develop and to think for herself, in a safe girl-only environment.
Mondays 5 - 6 pm
Contact: Lucy Brooks 07795 271357 email@example.com
For more information on Guiding in the area contact Chislehurst Division Commissioner: 020 8462 4665