Brownies is our section for girls aged seven to ten.

Through regular meetings, special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays, Brownies learn new hobbies, play music, explore other cultures and get adventurous outdoors.

Girls can also extend their knowledge and abilities by working towards Brownie interest badges covering many different hobbies and activities from Science investigator to Circus skills. Brownies become a member of a Six, a unit with a name such as Badger, Fox, Mole, Squirrel, Hedgehog or Rabbit, and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure. The name reflects the world of exciting opportunities, challenges and fun that is Brownies.

Get Involved

If you want to register your daughter for Brownies, simply follow the link below to our registration site and fill in the simple forms.

Register Here Brownies Website

What do girls say about Brownies?

  • It feels nice to be part of a group of girls who help each other and are friendly. It makes me feel special. I like that there are no boys at Brownies!

    Heather / Age 10 /

  • I'm doing my Out and about and Science investigator badges – I'm learning to use maps and I'm doing lots of cool science investigations. I want to do my Water sports badge next.

    Chloe / Age 9 /

  • At Brownies we make loads of friends, and we play games, and we celebrate different cultures. Like during a Jewish festival, we ate apples and honey, which actually tasted really nice!

    Sana / Age 8 /

What's New With Birmingham Brownies

The Brownie Adventure

The Brownie Adventure is divided into three areas:


Brownies develop confidence and self-esteem through having new experiences and learning new skills. They build friendships and learn to share and cooperate with others by working together in small groups called 'Sixes'.


We encourage girls to become active citizens by helping them understand and participate in their communities. This could mean raising money for charities or visiting local places of interest.


Our programme encourages girls to learn about the wider world. Activities could involve celebrating a festival from a different culture, finding out about endangered animal species, or learning how they can combat climate change.