British Guides in Luxembourg

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Being a Guide is all about learning new skills, making your own decisions and having fun.  Guiding provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures. And it’s up to each Guide to work out which opportunities are relevant for her, whether it’s improving her football skills, party planning or learning about independent living.

Guides work together in Patrols and are encouraged to plan their own activities. Patrols provide a ready-made group of friends and helps the girls to feel that they belong to something special.

Any girl aged 10 to 14 who wishes to, can become a Guide.


Fundraising 2012

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 March 2013 15:41

Celtic Camp 2012

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1st Luxembourg Guides went back in time to Celtic times, their patrol groups were named after Celtic animals, Butterflies, Dog, Goose & Griffin. During the weekend they got back to basics discovering how the Celts used the earth and nature to live. 

Saturday morning they competed against each other in Highland Games. After lunch they got creative bowl burning, cooking flat bread in a clay oven, grinding the seeds beforehand.

Girls also used traditional tools to carve soapstone necklaces, create copper bracelets and make a leather bag to take their handiwork home in.


Cooking and eating were also enjoying inside the celtic hut, delicious burgers, fajitas and bacon sandwiches kept the tribes replenished for Saturday evening campfire sing song with the Brownies & Rangers joining in the fun.

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 November 2012 16:57