Rangers push boundaries


Rangers is for all girls aged 14 to 18

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Two Rangers holding up a Brownie on their clasped hands

Fancy an adventure? We have lots of those!


Whatever you want to do, you can do it at Rangers.
Want to travel, then try a residential opportunity abroad, attend an international camp or visit one of the five World Centres.
Want to speak out about something you are passionate about, then try Action for Change, become a peer educator or join the British Youth Council.
Gain a qualification; you can work towards a variety of qualifications from leadership, camping, first aid, climbing, boating, catering - the list goes on and on.
The opportunities as a Ranger really are endless.

Photo-shoot Blog


Back in October, we held our very own regional photo-shoot at Hautbois Activity Centre. We called for all budding models or those interested in being a part of Girlguiding Anglia’s brand-new website and had a brilliant response from Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Leaders.

Signpost in front of Hautbois House directing people to activities

Our Promise


I promise that I will do my best
to be true to myself and develop my beliefs,
to serve the Queen and my community,
to help other people and to keep the Guide Law.

The Ranger promise and laws are the same as those for a Guide.

Promise and Law tips


Be an active citizen of your community and the wider world. Be comfortable with who you are and respect others. Support friends through troubles and anxieties. Volunteer at local community events. Stand up for yourself. Work toward achieving your ambitions.

Build the experience you love


Just like all the other sections, the Ranger programme is built around the six themes; Know Myself, Express Myself, Be Well, Have Adventures, Take Action and Skills for my Future. What you do and how you do it is down to you. You could earn a badge for planning, preparing and attending a festival, finding out all about you and researching your genealogy or even protesting about something you feel passionate about. after all, that is how Girlguiding started in the first place.

The PA to the Executive standing outside in front of a hedge

The age range covered by Rangers is where you see the transition from girls to young women, and it is a pleasure and a privilege to be part of this journey. With my members having the freedom to choose their own unit activities, excursions and trips being a leader provides me with challenge and variety in supporting them to achieve their goals.

Ranger Leader