Girlguiding South West England were proud to enter a team in the Rolex Fastnet Race in 2015. To mark this historic event we created The 2015 Fastnet Challenge which includes activities for all Sections ranging from singing sea shanties, to long distance walking, to cooking, to learning more about nautical history as you travel from Cowes on the Isle of Wight, to Ireland, to the Fastnet Rock and finally to Plymouth.
The Challenge sheet can be downloaded onto two sheets of A4 paper. Click here.
Click here to download the Challenge 31 Resource with details of all 31 daily challenges which featured on our social media platforms during August 2020.
Click here to download the sheet for recording your completed daily challenges.
Click here to download the Gold, Silver and Bronze certificates to accompany Challenge 31.
Click here to order your badge!
Download the Cookafun Challenges free of charge!
Click on the links below to download the various quizzes, games and activity sheets which accompany the H2O 4 Life Resource Activity Pack.
The Senior Section Centenary Challenge was created by Senior Section Members from within the Region to celebrate their 100th birthday in 2016. The Challenge contains activities for all Sections and is available as a free download.
The badge is available from the Region's online shop at a discounted price of 50p plus postage and packing, but these are soon to be discontinued so don't delay, buy today - click here !
We have now covered over 33,000 miles on The Great Region Ramble - over 29 laps of the Region!
Amelia Baird and her Mum from 4th Bitterne Brownies have set out to walk a whole lap between them. They have already walked over 700 miles so are on track to reach their target! Claire Baird (Brown Owl) told us, 'We are both avid walkers and last year we were due to go to Spain to walk part of the Camino de Santiago, but we had to cancel due to the pandemic. This Challenge has come at a perfect time for us and we were lucky enough to spend two weeks in Royal Deeside and add some more miles to our Challenge. We hiked up Craigendarroch Hill which was very steep and walked along the River Dee which was beautiful. We've also walked in the New Forest and more locally to us in Victoria Country Park'. Brilliant, thank you Amelia and Claire!
Where have you been walking? Let us know via our Facebook page - click here.