The Full Length

A World Record Breaking Attempt

Jasmine needs your support!

One of our county ambassadors, Jasmine Harrison is attempting to set a second world record. She is swimming the full length of the UK from Land’s End to John O’Groats (900 miles) starting on 30 June 2022. She will be the first female and only the third person to do this.

Girlguiding North Yorkshire North East county want to support Jasmine as much as we can by raising awareness of her swim and hoping that members all around the country can follow her challenge, support her and be inspired by what she achieves. Jasmine was a Rainbow and a Brownie and she really proves that our young members can do anything they put their minds to. Jasmine will be fundraising during her swim. Details will be on her Facebook and Instagram pages.

The Full Length Activity pack and Badge

Our badge is to raise some funds and also to raise awareness of her amazing achievement. The pack consists of fun activities for Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Adult
Members to complete in support of Jasmine.

We have suggested some activities that girls can complete in order to gain the badge but these are very flexible, amend them as you wish and tweak them to fit in with your programme.

We really want as many Girlguiding members as possible to show their support for Jasmine by getting the badge, sending her messages perhaps and following her adventure on social media and via her tracker. She thinks her swim is going to take at least 3 months – why not get the girls and their families involved in following her progress over the summer holidays, perhaps with a couple of activities to complete. She will still be swimming when schools go back for the autumn term so you could perhaps include some of the activities in your programme then.

If you just want to buy a badge to show your support for Jasmine that is fine too!

Follow the link to download the activity pack and order form

The Full Length Activity Pack

Jasmine will be putting updates on her progress on her Facebook page – and she is also on Instagram – jasminerharrison and Twitter – @rudderlymad
You can follow Jasmine’s progress via – The link will also appear on her Facebook and Instagram pages and will go live when she starts swimming.

Young members will need parental support to access her pages.