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THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE TREFOIL GUILD ARE

  • To keep alive among members the spirit of the Guide and Scout Promises and Laws
  • To carry that spirit into the communities in which members live and work
  • To give practical, financial and moral support to Guiding and Scouting

OUR MISSION

The Trefoil Guild offers members personal and social opportunities whilst supporting Guiding and Scouting.

THE TREFOIL GUILD PROMISE

The Promise is central to the Trefoil Guild. It is the same as the Guide 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 (Brownie) Guide Law.

Organisation Structure

The National Chairman for Trefoil Guild is immersed in the running of the organisation and is supported by an Executive Committee and the Finance and General Purposes Committee. 

Approximately 30 volunteers comprise the two committees and oversee all decisions for the Trefoil Guild from Subscriptions rates to members' wear to staffing.

Click here to read more about the Executive Committee

Click here to read more about the Finance and General Purposes Committee

Staff

The Trefoil Guild office team comprises two members of staff;

Marie Burgess - PA and Office Manager
Resposible for; Finances and payment processing, Annual Meeting planning, supporting the National Chairman in the day to day running of the Trefoil Guild, Line Manager for Administrator.

Charlotte Anslow - Administrator (Currently on Maternity Leave until May 2018)
Cover position will commence 13th June 2017

Responsible for; The Trefoil magazine, Starter Pack applications, registering new guilds, Voyage Award processes, social media channels.

Both members of staff will be able to answer any queries you may have.

WHAT IS A GUILD?

A guild is a group of at least six people who are linked with a District, Division or County.

MEMBERS CHOOSE:

  • where they meet
  • the time of meetings – daytime or evenings
  • the frequency of meetings
  • the programme.

THE PROGRAMME:

  • should be varied
  • provides fun and enjoyment
  • involves all members in its planning
  • suits current members and attracts new members

Click here to find your nearest Guild. Many Guilds join together from time to time either locally or with more. Guilds from further afield. Find out how to join here.

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