Queen's Guide


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Queen's Guide

n
(in Britain and the Commonwealth when the sovereign is female) a Guide who has passed the highest tests of proficiency
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Lots of hard work and dedication by Alison Stoves was repaid when she was presented with her Queen's Guide Award.
The project was planned and organised by young women working towards their Queen's Guide Award - the highest award you can earn in guiding.
Also receiving a prestigious award was Valerie Hastie, of Irby, who was given the Queen's Guide badge at the headquarters of the 2nd Irby (Methodist) Guide Company.
And for the first time in more than 30 years the Queen's Guide Award has been given to someone from Llanrwst.
Both beans and grains are good sources of dietary fiber, which most people don't get enough of, according to Jill Nussinow, MS, RD, author of Nutrition CHAMPS: The Veggie Queen's Guide to Eating and Cooking for Optimum Health, Happiness, Energy and Vitality.
But the Monarch will not be forgotten, the top honour of the Queen's Guide will remain.
My proudest moment was when my daughter Paula became a Queen's Guide - the highest award in Guiding," she said.
She is a Queen's Guide, the highest award you can get, and was lucky enough to have tea with Prince Charles and Lady Diana at Buckingham Palace just after they got engaged.
Joanna Hands, leader of the 37th Tile Hill Guides, was presented with the Queen's Guide Award - the organisation's top accolade - by Girlguiding UK's Chief Guide Gill Slocombe, herself a Queen's Guide, at a special ceremony held at Rockingham Castle in Leicestershire.
A GIRL Guide from Merseyside received the Queen's Guide Award - Girlguiding's top accolade.
I was so pleased to see the mention of Cedric Robinson, the Queen's guide to the Kent Sands, in the piece on the Amside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (April 2009).