Fiona Dalziel from Carnoustie has been appointed County Commissioner for Girlguiding Angus.
Fiona takes over this role from Carol Edwards from Montrose who, having completed her term of office, has gone on to become one of the Deputy Scottish Chief Commissioners for Girlguiding Scotland.
Fiona is looking forward to leading Guiding in Angus over the next five years.
Speaking on her appointment, she said: “Having been involved in Guiding since I was a Brownie, I feel very passionate about Guiding and what it has to offer the girls and young women of today.
“The skills and experiences they gain are absolutely amazing, and I am delighted to be involved within Girlguiding Angus where we offer a fantastic programme for girls, young women and adult volunteers to reach their full potential.
“As a movement, Girlguiding UK is constantly evolving to meet the needs of today’s girls and I am proud to be a part of such a forward thinking, girl-centred organisation.”
Girlguiding enables girls and young women to develop their potential and make a difference in the world. Guiding is a game with a purpose, it offers girls and young women opportunities to try new activities, make new friends and have fun within a safe girl-only environment.
If you are interested in finding out more about Girlguiding in Angus then go to www.girlguidingangus.org.uk.