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St Paul's Guides (girls 10 to 14 years of age) are enthusiastic and very active, taking part in a wide range of activities throughout the year.

Our girls regularly participate in international events as well as national events all over the UK (residentials, doing community work, archery, sailing, climbing, pioneering, windsurfing &c &c).

Normal weekly meetings are quite informal and inspired by the ideas the girls themselves come up with. We are outdoors frequently in the summer term with campfires, wide games, various adventure trails, balsam bashing etc. The other two terms we enjoy cooking (and eating), crafts, drama, keeping fit, safe and healthy, pampering sessions and games, often with outside speakers or trips out. We encourage the development of both teamwork and leadership skills in everything we do. We have close ties with Lalgadh hospital in South Nepal for whom we fundraise, and also participate in many environmental and community activities.

We meet in the Church Hall on Thursday evenings during term time from 7.30 to 9.00pm

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Coronavirus

Following the Government’s Guidance, St Paul’s Church has had to suspend public worship and all Church, Scout and Guide activities until further notice. Each Sunday, however, we shall be worshipping in our homes using material produced by our Minister and sent out weekly by the Elders. You can  access an online Service from St Paul's anytime from 10.30am on Sunday by clicking

Click on the following links to view the latest home worship and sermon as written texts.  (The Home Worship material is also available from this website under 'Services'). Through the Elders we are maintaining pastoral care of all our people, especially the elderly and vulnerable.  Stay safe and stay blessed.