Girlguiding UK is the UK’s largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women, with over 600,000 members including some 100,000 trained volunteer adult Leaders.

Welcome to North Yorkshire South’s web site. We are a small but friendly County covering York, Selby and Tadcaster.

New Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section and Leaders are sure of a warm welcome. Each year we welcome new students at York St John and the University of York, many of whom have been Guiding in their own Counties and willingly give up their spare time to help with Units in York, we value their support.

Girlguiding North Yorkshire South has a team of volunteers who work hard to support Guiders through providing information, trainings to learn new skills and also keep skills updated, mentors to support with leadership. We aim to provide the best possible Guiding and life opportunities for all our members, and are a friendly forward looking county with plenty of enthusiasm.


Welcome to Girlguiding North Yorkshire South. Our County is comprised of the areas of York, Selby and Tadcaster and we have been enjoying Guiding within this area since 1913. We are a forward looking County and aim to provide the best Girlguiding and life opportunities for all of its members.

We aim to support our leaders to enable them to carry out Girlguiding to a high standard.  This web site is one means of achieving this aim. I hope you will find this site both useful and informative. We have tried to include help for all the things you need as well as news of events within the County.

Thank you for all you do for North Yorkshire South and for what you will do within the future

Carole A Wilson
(County Commissioner)

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