Who are we?
Girlguiding is the UK's largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women. Girlguiding Shropshire is set within Girlguiding Midlands Region and is an integral part of the National Association.
Girlguiding Shropshire enables more than 3700 girls and young women to develop their potential and to make a difference, through a self planned programme of activities and challenges, guided by more than 600 trained adult volunteers.
The aim of Guiding is to help girls and young women develop emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually so that they can make a positive contribution to their community and the wider world.
Where can you find us?
We’ve divided Shropshire into seven areas: here are the communities in which we have units
Bridgnorth Bridgnorth, Brown Clee, Cressage, Highley, Much Wenlock, Worfield
Ludlow Church Stretton, Cleobury Mortimer, Corvedale, Craven Arms, Hope Bowdler, Ludlow
Oswestry Ellesmere, Gobowen, Oswestry, St Martins, Welsh Frankton, West Felton, Whittington
Shrewsbury Bayston Hill, Condover, Dorrington, Hanwood, Harlescott, Meole Brace, Monkmoor, Oxon, Pontesbury, Shrewsbury, Springfield
Shropshire North Bomere Heath,Cheswardine, Hodnet, Market Drayton, Prees, Shawbury,
Telford South (South of the M54) Albrighton, Broseley, Coalbrookdale, Cosford, Dawley, Hollinswood, Lawley, Lightmoor, Madeley, Priorslee, Randlay, Shifnal, Sutton Hill, Woodside.
Wrekin (North of the M54) Admaston, Church Aston, Donnington, Edgmond, Leegomery, Lilleshall, Longford, Muxton, Newport, St Georges, Tibberton, Wellington, Wombridge, Wrockwardine
Girlguiding Shropshire’s website
Girlguiding Shropshire’s garden
won a Large Gold Medal
At Shrewsbury Flower Show