Rangers is your space – where you get together with other girls from 14 to 18 to have fun, learn more, give back, hang out, and just be you.

It’s regular meetings with your local group, trips at home and abroad, making a difference to the things you care about. It’s an open and relaxed space to talk with good friends – it’s qualifications, and badges and awards. It’s the freedom to be more independent, and to do what makes you happy. Rangers is what you make of it. 


How to get involved as member of Rangers

Build your skills

Rangers follow our programme. In unit meetings, you’ll do fun activities, play games and earn skills builder badges, all while being supported by our trained volunteers. 

You could get skills builder badges in themes such as camping, communication and first aid. And if you want to take guiding home, there’s lots of interest badges to do in between unit meetings, like the protesting badge, animation badge and travel badge. 

Discover all the badges Rangers can earn. 

Support girls like you

You could become a young leader with a local unit and inspire our younger sections, train to be a peer educator and give girls a space to talk about what’s important to them, do your Lead Away permit, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and, from 16, your Queen’s Guide award

Raise your voice

How about becoming a member of Amplify, who help staff and senior volunteers make decisions about the future of Girlguiding, or perhaps become an advocate and talk to MPs and other politicians – be a spokesperson for Girlguiding and speak at events.   

Travel the world

From working on a development project in a remote village, to representing UK guiding at an international conference, you’ll be able to take on some life-changing international adventures.


Rangers is a brilliant way to try new things, have fun and give something back to your community. Whether you’re already a member, or are just starting out, we’ll give you a host of opportunities to gain leadership skills, build a network of friends in your area and enhance your CV.


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