Girlguiding Ribble Valley is proud to be #forthegirl and part of Lancashire East County, and provide weekly meetings and additional activities for over 700 young members, from Clitheroe, Bowland, Whalley, Langho, Longridge and everywhere inbetween.
See below and on our Facebook page for news about us and what has been going on in Girlguiding Ribble Valley.
3rd Whalley Methodist Brownies invited St Mary's Langho Brownies to their meeting to celebrate World Thinking Day. The Brownies had a great evening singing songs, playing games, decorating biscuits with the Trefoil on and painting tealight holders which they then gave...read more
Brownies, Guides and Rainbows were delighted to welcome PD Frankie and handler PO 120 Butcher to their meeting last week. Emma, 8, says he’s a very clever dog who uses his nose a lot...and has a very loud bark! Thank you Frankie and we were delighted to award you a...read more
Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Senior Section from Ribble Valley Division took part in the first 'Snow Moon Lantern Parade' in Clitheroe on Saturday 3rd February. The young members had been busy making their lanterns in the previous three weeks from willow and tissue...read more
3rd Whalley Brownies learned the skills that might save a life! Well done...read more
Thank you to all who attended our meeting this week at Waddow Hall. We were delighted to have such a fabulous turn out, to thank our outgoing Geographical Division teams and welcome our new Sectional Division Teams. Congratulations to all receiving long service...read more
Despite the freezing cold, snowy weather, we thoroughly enjoyed our day at the Disney Studios Park. We spent most of our time dedicated to queueing and experiencing many of the rides, out of which our joint favourites were the Hollywood Tower of Terror and the Rock...read more
We went on the most thrilling, breathtaking rides! Savannah, 12, Gisburn...read more
After a long journey from Blackburn Services to Dover, from 6pm until 2am,we finally reached the ferryport. We are feeling tired and exhausted and excited for the journey ahead. We can’t wait to meet Mickey!!!!! By Skye and Jessica, 2nd Whalley...read more
Brownies and Leaders enjoyed an evening of finding out about the work of a Police Officer. They thought about how Police Officers serve the community and how they could serve the community by gaining their Crime Prevention badge. Many thanks to PC 947 Towler for...read more
Brownies (girls aged 7 to 10) from neighbouring groups came together to celebrate the “official” 40th birthday of 1st Grindleton Brownies with a Disco party. The event was timed to commemorate the date that the unit was first registered at HQ in London in January...read more