Kelvin Division extends along the southern side of the Kilsyth hills and Campsie fells, and to the north of the River Kelvin, from which the Division takes it’s name, and which flows through the countryside to join the River Clyde in Glasgow. At one time in the past, this Division was part of a separate Guiding county to the north, but the boundary hills and rural location are such that it was found to be much more practical to “move” Kelvin Division into Girlguiding Dunbartonshire!
Within the Division there is a Division Senior Section Unit, and three Districts.
The Districts are:
- Kilsyth, which includes the town of Kilsyth and immediate surrounding areas, with three Rainbow Units, three Brownie Units and two Guide Units.
- Campsie, which includes the villages of Milton of Campsie and Lennoxtown, with three Rainbow Units, four Brownie Units and two Guide Units.
- Torrance, which includes the village of Torrance and immediate surrounding area, with one Rainbow Unit, one Brownie Unit and one Guide Unit.
All the units are led by local volunteer leaders, and all are keen to recruit and offer guiding opportunities to more girls and new adult leaders.
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