Girlguiding UK is the United Kingdom’s largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women. Being a Guide encourages girls to develop by undertaking challenges and pushing the boundaries of their experience. The JTYAF is proud to be able to support young people from North East Forest and North East Minster Divisions of the Guides which include the following districts:-


Ferndown District
Guide Units – 1st Ferndown, 3rd Ferndown, 2nd St Leonards
Brownie Units – 3rd Ferndown, 4th Ferndown, 1st Longham (URC), 2nd St Leonards
Rainbow Units – 1st Ferndown, 3rd Ferndown, 1st St Leonards

Verwood District
Ranger Unit – Verwood
Guide Units – 2nd Verwood, 3rd Verwood
Brownie Units -1st Alderholt, 1st Verwood, 2nd Verwood, 3rd Verwood.
Rainbow Units – 1st Alderholt, 1st Verwood, 2nd Verwood

West Moors District
Ranger Units – West Moors,
Guide Units – 3rd West Moors
Brownie Units – 1st West Moors, 3rd West Moors, 1st Three Legged Cross
Rainbow Units – 1st West Moors


Colehill District
Ranger Unit – Colehill District
Guide Units – 2nd Colehill
Brownie Units – 2nd Colehill, 3rd Colehill
Rainbow Units – 1st Colehill

Corfe Mullen District
Ranger Unit – 1st Corfe Mullen, 1st Sturminster Marshall
Guide Units – 1st Corfe Mullen, 4th Corfe Mullen, 1st Sturminster Marshall
Brownie Units – 1st Corfe Mullen, 2nd Corfe Mullen, 3rd Corfe Mullen, 6th Corfe Mullen, 1st Sturminster Marshall

Wimborne District
Guide Units – 1st Wimborne, 1st Gaunts
Brownie Units – 2nd Canford Magna, 1st Gaunts, 1st Merley, 1st Wimborne, 3rd Wimborne, 5th Wimborne
Rainbow Units – 1st Merley, 1st Wimborne, 2nd Wimborne, 1st Gaunts

Application process

Complete an application form and submit it to your Guide Leader for endorsement.  It must then be submitted to the District Commissioner for consideration.