Girlguiding Ulster

Created by
Claire Flowers
Last updated -
3 years 4 weeks ago
Girlguiding Ulster provides opportunities for girls and young women (4-25yrs) in N. Ireland to fulfil their potential to take an active and responsible role in society through its distinctive, stimulating and enjoyable programme by trained volunteers

Girlguiding Ulster provides a programme of challenging and enjoyable activities, delivered by trained volunteers, out of school hours and during holidays.  Our programmes promote the personal and social development of girls and young women, aged 4-25 years.

Girlguiding Ulster offers young people a wide range of activities and opportunities, including creative arts, sports and outdoor education.

Residential experiences provide a challenging learning environment beyond familiar surroundings. Trips and exchanges offer opportunities for young people to increase their understanding and awareness of our world, its people and cultures.

Girls and young women also take part in programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award and Queens Guide Award.



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Contact information
Claire Flowers
30 Station Road
BT18 0BP
02890 425212