Girlguiding North West England is committed to recognising the contribution its members make to our organisation. Our region awards committee meets at least twice a year to discuss applications for members who have been nominated for our Region Chief Commissioner's Award, as well as nominations for the National Laurel, Silver Fish, Guiding Star Awards, and our Region President's Award!
In addition to recognising the outstanding contribution of our members, Girlguiding North West England is committed to providing opportunities for our young members that are not only extremely rewarding, but provide them with skills and life experiences that serve to enhance their CVs and application forms in later years. The Duke of Edinburgh's and Arts Award are two of our most notable.
Award Nomination Forms
Our region awards committee is passionate about recognising the amazing contribution so many of our members make to guiding. They, therefore, welcome award nomination forms for members from all across our region. Nominations for these special awards must be made without the knowledge of the nominee or her relatives, and on the appropriate forms. You will find information on all of the awards considered by our region awards committee in this section of the website.Find Out More
National Girlguiding Awards
In addition to the fantastic awards offered by Girlguiding North West England, there are a number of national awards for which our members can be nominated, including the Thanks Badge and the Good Service Brooch. Information on all of the awards can be found in this section of the website. Nominations for the national Laurel, Silver Fish and Guiding Star Awards must first be considered by our region awards committee prior to submission to the national committee.Find Out More
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
The internationally-recognised Duke of Edinburgh's Award programme is one of the many amazing opportunities offered to our Rangers. It has three levels: Bronze (age 14 and over), Silver (age 15 and over) and Gold (age 16 and over). At each level you have to satisfy the requirements of four sections; volunteering, physical, skills and expedition. Gold programme participants must also do an additional section - a residential.Find Out More
Girlguiding North West England, with the support of Curious Minds, is offering a fantastic opportunity to explore the world of arts - The Arts Award. The Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents and can be achieved at five levels, four qualifications, and an introductory award - Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. If you're interested in finding out more information on the Arts Award, please contact region headquarters.Find Out More
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