Uniform groups



Children, age group: 6 to 8

Meet: Church Hall, Wednesdays 5.15–6.15pm

Contact: Joy Glassett 0207 381 4555

Beavers are the youngest part of the Scout movement, getting a taste of what it means to be a Scout, and preparing them for becoming a Cub when they turn eight.   

There are normally two outings a term, either to get badges or to go on day visits to campsites. 

A term costs £25 and the cost of outings varies.  


Children, age group: 8 to 10½

Meet: Church Hall, Wednesdays 6.30–8pm

Contact: Joy Glassett 0207 381 4555

Our programme is designed to equip boys with different skills and awareness. They can work towards getting badges by doing arts and crafts, learning about healthy eating and fitness; charities, recycling and communities; safety in the home or personal safety; map reading and problem solving to name but a few.   

We have outings and camps with the district cub scouts and in 2016 took 150 children on our very successful centenary camp. 

A term costs £25 and the cost of outings varies.


Girls, Age group: 5 to 7

Meet: Church Hall, Wednesdays 5.30–6.30pm

Contact: Leigh Durrant

Girls take part in games and activities as part of the Rainbow Roundabout programme.  Everything a Rainbow does helps her to develop and to think for herself. At least once a year we take the girls on a trip. 

To find out more about what is available in Fulham or if you would like your child to join Rainbows, visit girl guiding.org, or telephone 0800 1 69 59 01.


Girls, age group: 7 to 10

Meet: Church Hall, Mondays 6.15–7.45 pm term time

Contact: Claire Shirley (Brown Owl)

Our recent trips have included a PGL weekend away, a visit to the Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch stables at Hammersmith and leading the Angolan Creed at St Paul's Cathedral. 

Brownies at St PaulsWe currently have a waiting list, so please make contact in good time via the waiting list system run by Girlguiding HQ to secure a place. You can also telephone 0800 1 69 59 01. This system will give you details of all the packs in Fulham.

If you particularly want to join the 25th Fulham (All Saints) Brownies if your child is already over 7 years old it is unlikely that she will reach the top of the list in the near future, but it is always worth a try as our numbers do change.


Girls, age group: 10 to 14

Meet: Church Hall, Tuesdays 6.15–7.45pm

Contact: Natasha Greenhead 07545 239888 

The Guides' programme covers five main sections:

  1. Healthy lifestyles
  2. Global awareness
  3. Skills and relationships
  4. Celebrating diversity
  5. Discovery (of new experiences and adventures)

Recently we have been ice skating and swimming, baked cakes and eaten food from around the world, tried putting up a tent, learnt about other countries, sung camp fire songs, made facemasks and had a fashion parade, and played lots of games.

If you are aged over 14 there is still the opportunity to take part in Guiding as a Young Leader or Ranger, and if you are over 18 we're always looking for people to show us new skills and activities.