Number of Girl Guides in 2016
I promise that I will do my best to think about my beliefs and to be kind and helpful.
I promise that I will do my best: To be true to myself and develop my beliefs, To serve the Queen and my community, To help other people And To keep the Brownie Guide Law
UK Brownie Law
A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn every day.
I promise that I will do my best: To be true to myself and develop my beliefs, To serve the Queen and my community, To help other people And To keep the Guide Law
UK Guide Law
(for Guides, The Senior Section and Adults)
- A Guide is honest, reliable and can be trusted
- A Guide is helpful and uses her time and abilities wisely
- A Guide faces challenges and learns from her experiences
- A Guide is a good friend and a sister to all Guides
- A Guide is polite and considerate
- A Guide respects all living things and takes care of the world around her.
Through fun, friendship, challenge and adventure we empower girls to find their voice, inspiring them to discover the best in themselves and to make a positive difference in their community.
An equal world where all girls can make a positive difference, be happy, safe and fulfil their potential
Development of the Movement
Girlguiding* was officially recognised in 1910 and now has four sections – Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and the Senior Section. Girlguiding has members in the six regions of England and in the countries of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It also has British members in more than 40 countries overseas, and represents a number of Branch Associations throughout the world. The Association is privileged to have HM The Queen as Patron.
*Operating name from 2012