In one area locally there is a Guiding owned (I think joint with Scouting? Though maybe just Guiding owned and rented by Scouting?) hall. All of the Rainbow and Guide units meet there (and I'm assuming TSS too). I found out a bit from the Brownie leader who has Brownies in her village hall and the Rainbows and Guides are up in the market town in the hall. They have no Rainbows or Guides and girls commute up to them (though 10 minute drive maximum). Do parents cope with this in other words everyone coming to a central place for Guiding? What do parents do who don't have transport? Do all units have to meet there (clearly not in our neighbouring district as this village unit doesn't)? If they don't, is it because they just want to meet more locally, or because the hall is full for that night, or because parents don't really want to come that far? Who funded the building - fundraising, grant/loan from Guiding or another organisation? Who runs it and who owns it and how does that work? (this one I think is council-owned) I am just being nosy basically after hearing about this neighbouring district though it actually turns out that a meeting place where I used to Guide (very very small independent church, but much more like a community hall) is up for sale.