Members' area & Go!

Girlguiding’s Members’ area and Go! can only be accessed by our active volunteers and members of The Senior Section. If you are a parent/carer of a young member please visit the Parents section.

If you are experiencing difficulties logging in, and have confirmed your log in details, please delete your browsing history before closing and reopening the internet browser. Click to see how to do this in Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome. Alternatively, try another browser. 

Log in

Membership number:
Password:
Date of Birth:
Need your password?


Need some help?

To log in

  1. Enter your membership number. This can be found on your membership card
  2. Enter your password. If you are unsure of your password, see 'Don't have a password?', below
  3. Enter your date of birth (in the form dd-mmm-yyyy, eg 22 Sep 1960)
  4. Click the 'Submit' button. You will be taken to the members' area, where you can also access Go!

Don't have a password?

To request your password please use the 'need your password?' link (below the Submit button). It will then be sent to your main email address on Go! within 10 minutes.
If you do not receive this email, contact your Commissioner. She can check that your role is active and that your email address is correctly entered on your Go! record.

Log-in issues

High security settings can prevent you logging in and/or moving between the areas. Click here to read how to make them 'trusted sites'. You will need to then close the browser and log in again.

For further advice, please visit our Help section.

By logging in to our Members Area you agree to our Terms & Conditions.
For optimum page quality and to access all the features available in Go!, please use Internet Explorer. Mozilla Firefox is also a compatible browser.
Go! is available to active Girlguiding UK members and recognised volunteers for authorised official purposes. All users must comply with the Girlguiding Data Protection policy, the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Computer Misuse Act 1990. Any breach of this policy or Act will result in the withdrawal of membership and could lead to criminal prosecution.