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If your daughter is between 5 and 7 years old we have 17 Rainbow units who meet in the Swinton area.  With meetings on Monday and Thursday nights in Swinton, Clifton, Worsley, Walkden, Boothstown, Little Hulton, Pendlebury and Wardley, you are bound to find a safe place close to home or school for her to look, learn and laugh with a whole bunch of new friends.

For 7 to 10 year old girls we have 23 Brownie units in the Swinton area.  There are Brownie packs in Swinton, Clifton, Worsley, Walkden, Boothstown, Little Hulton, Pendlebury and Wardley, meeting on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights, so there should be one that fits in with your girl's love of adventure where she can explore, have fun and make discoveries.

Our 9 Guide units in the Swinton area cater for girls between 10 and 14 years old. We have lots of activities which take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights in Swinton, Cliton, Worsley, Walkden, Boothstown, Little Hulton, Pendlebury and Wardley.  Guides provides an ideal environment for your daughter to get involved in all kinds of activities that you wouldn't find in school or at home.

For young women older than 14 we have lots of opportunities to become a Young Leader helping one of our local units or we have one Ranger unit that meets in the Swinton area on a Wednesday night.  The Senior Section offers a flexible, fun programme open to young women from their 14th until their 26th birthday.  The opportunities are immense, from international volunteering to improving your CV.

For anyone over 18 (male or female) there are lots of opportunities to become an Adult Volunteer helping the units on a weekly basis or we have district helpers who help with Admin tasks such as PR or accounts once a month. For people who wants to have a connection with Guiding there is a Trefoil Guild that meets in Swinton.

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