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Welcome to Girlguiding Caernarfonshire's website - we hope you find all the information you are looking for, whether its a place for your child to join a unit and become part of the leading charity for girls and young women or simply to find out about our county news and events. Maybe you are looking for a venue for a holiday or camp, our hostels are well equipped and perfect whatever the weather.

  • Venue Cymru PR

    PR in Venue Cymru

    Posted On: 10th, January 2016

    Several leaders and volunteered their time promoting GirlGuiding at the local 'Take Part' event in Venue Cymru, Llandudn ...

  • Spend a penny challenge pic

    “Spend a Penny” Challenge

    Posted On: 27th, December 2015

    In order to raise funds for a new toilet block at Felin Bach a challenge pack has been set up together with a badge that ...

Recent Updates/Notices

International Report – Feb 2020.

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Go Guiding in Caernarfonshireclick for more info

Caernarfonshire lies on the north coast of Wales and stretches from the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula to the Victorian town of Llandudno, encompassing the hills and mountains of Snowdonia; Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, is at the heart of the county.

GirlGuiding celebrating 100 years

Towns and small villages, medieval castles and forts, copper mines and slate quarries, long sandy beaches and hidden coves, mountains and hills, rivers and lakes, forests and woodland, moors, heath land and wild country with an abundance of plants and wildlife; add to this the many tourist attractions and outdoor activity centres - Caernarfonshire has them all!

Felin Bach

We also have Felin Bach - our own fully equipped twin hostels set in 7 acres of woodland and a 12-acre campsite for anyone wishing to stay in the area.

What is Guiding?click for more info

Girlguiding is the largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women in the UK with 600,000 members including 65,000 trained volunteer leaders. We offer the opportunity to:

  • have fun
  • make new friends
  • develop skills
  • attend special events
  • enjoy international travel

In accordance with the provisions of the Sex Discrimination Act of 1986 we have remained a "girls only" organisation at the expressed wishes of the girls themselves. This environment enables our young members to develop in self confidence and self esteem by having to take the responsibility to make things happen, to acquire leadership skills and to become self reliant without the pressures of a mixed gender setting.

You can find out more about Guiding by visiting the pages for each section:

Friends of Felin Bachclick for more info

Friends of Felin Bach provided invaluable support to our county's Camp and Holiday Centre and are a group of people who help fund the purchase of special extras by paying an annual subscription. Some members also get together to raise additional funds.

Would you consider helping to support Felin Bach?

If you'd like to know more, please click here