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Member events and activities

Girlguiding are proud to be a part of the Generation Green project, connecting young people to nature. This year we’ll be providing more learning and outdoor opportunities for volunteers to enjoy, as well as hosting fun nature themed events, camping and outdoor learning experiences for children and their families at our national Activity Centres and local campsites in the Midlands, North East and North West regions.

Girlguiding Activity Centres events

We’ve also got some exciting events exclusively for our members this autumn to help support girls to care for and learn more about nature. Keep an eye on this page as we’ll be adding further details about these events soon.

Caring for nature residentials

Ever wondered what you could do to protect the environment? Come and stay at our fantastic centres and find out how you can make a difference. While here you can also enjoy spending time outside, adventurous activities and wellbeing sessions. You can expect:

  • Team building
  • Conservation work
  • Adventurous activities
  • Nature walks
  • Skills development
  • Nature wellbeing sessions

Dates for these are as follows:

24-26 September 2021 Lancashire Waddow Hall
22-24 October 2021 Sussex Blackland Farm
5-7 November 2021 Hampshire Foxlease

Accommodation for two nights, food and activities are all included in the price (TBC).

How do I book?

To find out more and book, please contact your chosen centre:

Waddow Hall:,  01200 423186

Blackland Farm:, 01342 810493

Foxlease:, 02380 282638.

Connect with nature day events

It’s time to get outdoors and connect with nature! Make the most of what we have to offer, from nature walks, mini beast hunts to team building, we’ve got plenty of activities planned to help you enjoy being outside. Keep an eye on this page as we’ll be adding further details about these events soon.

Further information

To find out more about Generation Green and the Access Unlimited coalition visit the Generation Green page on the Girlguiding website.

Green Recovery Challenge logo

This project is funded by the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund. The fund is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.