Rangers and Young Leaders

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What do Rangers do?

In Rangers, young women aged 14-18 participate in a fun and flexible programme of activities and adventure. The opportunities and challenges which Guiding offers can be followed by a group or by individual members and are designed to be particularly beneficial to girls getting ready to embark on a career.

The programme is also linked to a variety of recognised qualifications or awards, both within and outside guiding.

Members wear section wear appropriate to the group to which they belong, or wear clothing suitable for the activity in which they are participating. To find out more, visit the Rangers website.

What do Young Leaders do?

Young Leaders volunteer in Rainbow, Brownie or Guide units with younger girls. The support the adult volunteer team to plan and run activities and build their confidence and leadership skills along the way. They can work towards their Young Leader Qualification.

In St Pancras we have Young Leaders across the Division who support our various units and we have two Ranger units which meet on Tuesdays near Great Portland Street and Thursdays in Gospel Oak. To join, visit the main Girlguiding Website.