Six specific values are at the heart of GB.
‘Whenever you encounter GB we hope you’ll recognise our values being lived out in the way we engage with young people, the way we care for one another; speak to each other and generally go about our ministry,’ says Jules Murdy, Director, GB England & Wales. 'Throughout the year GB adds value to the lives of thousands of girls and young women.'
You can download a summary of GB's latest Annual Report (2015-16) here.
On Wednesday, Girlguiding released its annual Girls’ Attitudes survey. The biggest survey of its kind in the UK, it asked the opinions of just under 2,000 girls and young women aged 7 to 21 (not just members of Girlguiding). As it gives us an insight about how girls feel about a range of issues, emerging pressures and what they need to support their happiness, wellbeing and opportunities in life, it’s important that we listen to their voices.
Leaders from 1st Yorkshire GB District recently enjoyed a retreat day in Bakewell, led by GBM’s Discipleship Co-ordinator Charlotte Hendy.
In January 2017 a group of members from the West London Gym team decided to form the West London Youth Network (WLYN) to enable the older members of GB and Boys’ Brigade (BB) to remain both involved and engaged despite moving on to university or work.Read more