- We are recruiting – closing date 6 August
- New 4 Seasons Sleepover Challenge
- Read our July Blue Sheet
- Join Us for our STEMM Digigirlz event
- Norfolk Coast AONB Scout & Guide Challenge
- New things to do!
- Easter Craft Competition winners
- Easter Baking Competition winners
- Try this new Challenge Badge – the Button Challenge
- GGN Aspires! An amazing weekend
- Girlguiding Norfolk Aspires!
- Easter Craft Competition
- Easter Baking Competition
- Level 3 Safe Space Training
- World Thinking Day 2021
- Blue Sheet Special Edition for World Thinking Day
- Read the December Blue Sheet here
- Christmas baking competition – the results are in!
- Welcome to Girlguiding Norfolk County’s 2020 Advent Calendar!
- Build it, decorate it, wear it…
- Christmas Baking Competition
- Don’t forget Amazon Smile for Black Friday
- Norfolk Coast AONB Challenge Webinar session
- Remembrance Day with a difference 2020
- UK Parliament free online workshops for community and youth groups in the East of England
- Living in Lockdown 2020 Challenge Update – Badges now available
- 2019 Trustees report and accounts
- Special Volunteers’ Week Message
- A message from our County President and County Commissioner
- A VE Day Message
- Girlguiding in Gayton versus the virus
- Girlguiding Horsford is being active!
- Our very own radio star!
- What a WOW day!
- Crabbing in Lowestoft
- Royal Norfolk Show 2019
Our very own radio star!
Helen Green, our County Archivist and champion of our Archive Resource Centre (ARC) was the guest of Paul Hayes on Radio Norfolk on 1st October.
Helen chose her favourite music ( including a piece written and sung by her 8 year old granddaughter) and had the opportunity to talk about growing up in Canada.
Helen talked about many of her experiences in guiding over the years, including working for Girlguiding headquarters and promoting guiding nationally. Of course the ARC was not left out! She told the listeners about how the ARC came into being, and described how we have such a significant and unique collection here in Norfolk.
If you didn’t get a chance to listen you can hear it here on Radio Norfolk
Helen’s piece starts at 2.08 and lasts about 50 minutes. It will be available until the end of October.