With the new information on changes to TSS now live on the website I wondered what others (particularly TSS members and leaders) think of the changes, and what they want to put forward with the consultations. My opinion: It's great that there has been a generous transition period, and that the changes have been clearly marked, all based on feedback from members. I also like that the section is going to become more defined programme wise, and that there could potentially be a new name (would love to get rid of the clunky "TSS Member" phrasing). Sadly I have already seen disappointment from leaders who are worried about the future of their units, or members who cannot commit to leadership roles feeling like they might be edged out of Guiding- even one post from a Trefoil Guild member stating that they don't want a sudden influx of 19 YOs (not very friendly and the post was removed after a few people pointed that out). I wonder how this will impact the Guide units that tend to retain members until they are about 16? Hopefully this change will help get rid of the culture of unneeded retention (where it is because progression is not encouraged rather than because of member needs). I can imagine some units may suddenly have several UHs at their TSS units- but this could be a genuine chance to inspire young women into leadership roles they hadn't previously considered possible. I am also sure it will be explained in due course but I am a little confused over how it mentions QGA and Peer Education. Is it just that members 18-25 can still do them, in addition to TSS members- or that they will become an exclusive 18-25 opportunities?