Girlguiding's Advocate Panel is made up of a group of 18 members aged between 14 and 25 from across the Countries and Regions, including South West England. They come to the panel with different perspectives and ideas to learn new skills and discuss issues that matter to them and their peers, and are able to lead the direction of Girlguiding's advocacy and research.
New measures announced by the UK Government on 16th March 2020 around Coronavirus (COVID-19) advise against all non-essential travel and social contact. As a result, we have taken the decision to close the Girlguiding South West England Region Office from Friday 20th March 2020 until further notice.
The 10 charities chosen by our members to benefit from the Chief's Charity Challenge 2020-21 are:
The Girlguiding South West England Region is made up of 16 diverse Counties and Islands, each with Divisions and/or Districts and individual Units which are often quite unique from their neighbours. All enjoy a variety of advantages and face different challenges, but the Region’s Leaders and Commissioners work hard to ensure that Guiding continues to be fun and accessible to as many girls as possible, of all ages, regardless of where they live.