Learn more about what guiding in Oxfordshire has to offer. Guiding has something for everyone as a member or as volunteer. There are many ways to get involved. Here you can find more information on each section, as well as how to register yourself or your daughter to join.
If your daughter is already a member of Girlguiding Oxfordshire and would like to progress to the next section (e.g. she’s a Rainbow and would like to move up to Brownies) please speak to her unit Leader about the opportunities available.
New volunteers working on their Leadership qualification have the opportunity to complete Safe Space, First response and Section training all in one weekend (14-15th
Guides from across the County met up to explore the beautiful countryside around White Horse Hill, while practising their navigation skills and enjoying the summer
Nearly one hundred volunteers from Girlguiding Oxfordshire enjoyed a scrumptious afternoon tea at DeVere Oxford Thames Hotel in Sandford. Members ditched their
Guides from across the County met at Jubilee House for their annual challenge competition, Oxygen. Over forty Guides slept over on the Friday night with some opting
Happy 9th Birthday to Major, a 17.3hh Shire cross who was adopted by Oxfordshire's Guides during their visit to Redwings Horse Sanctuary, near Banbury, last Autumn.
The first time it had been forecast to rain in weeks and we had planned our survival camp for this weekend. Rebecca had requested a camp to learn some survival skills