Be part of a community of young women choosing their own path. It’s all about fun, skills, and unforgettable experiences.

Whether you’re looking for adventure, to travel the world, build your skills or simply have fun with new friends, there’s a place in Girlguiding for you.

There are loads of opportunities for members aged 18 to 30 to choose from. They fit into seven themed pathways. You can follow one particular pathway. Or, because we’re all different, mix and match to create a new path just for you. As well as the seven pathways, you can access learning and achieve awards. And for when you just want to socialise, there's a range of fun opportunities to make new friends and catch up with old ones.

Whatever you decide to do, you'll be joining a community of women choosing their own path and shaping the future for us all.

Rebecca Elliot - Queens Guide 

I really loved doing my Queen's Guide Award because it gave me some fantastic opportunities, and helped me stay in touch with Girlguiding during my degree. I enjoyed making (and trying to fly) planes for my hobby, chaired a university society and ran a national ball for SSAGO, and got to go on an amazing exploration to London. So you really can do anything and everything!

Hannah Wiseman - GOLD participant 2019 

Hi I’m Hannah and I’m the 18-30 lead for Dorset county, I’m 27 and I live in Blandford, In summer 2019 I went on a GOLD trip to Senegal with guiding and it was the best three weeks ever! We had to go on a Go for GOLD selection weekend, then after being selected we had to go on 3 pre weekends before we set off to our adventure! We spent lots of time training leaders from Guides du Senegal and we got to go on their national camp and meet lots of Brownies and Guides from all over Senegal! An unforgettable experience!


County Inclusion Lead

Aim:- In Girlguiding, inclusion is defined as giving all girls the same chance.

County Inspire Co-ordinator

Aim:- Contribute to our County and Region in order to develop Girlguiding Inspire for members aged 18-30.