- Ages 5 to 7, the youngest girls dressed in red, Rainbows take part in games and activities and have lots of fun!
- Ages 7 to 10, dressed in yellow & brown, Brownie groups take part in games, challenges and activities. Brownies come together in little groups known as sixes and work through a programme known as the Brownie Adventure.
- Ages 10 to 14, dressed in navy, being a guide is all about learning new skills, making your own decisions, deciding what to do and having fun.
- Ages 14 to 25, the Senior Section is divided into two groups, Young Leaders aged 14-18 and Rangers aged 14-25. In the Senior Section, young women participate in a fun and flexible programme known as Look Wider. The programme is also linked to a variety of recognised qualifications or awards, both within and outside guiding.
- the adult volunteers who help run it all who give up their free time, such as Guiders, Assistant Guiders, Unit Helpers, Occasional Helpers and Advisors.
- for those over 18 who want to remain involved in guiding and still be part of the guiding community.