Our GFS branches, clubs and projects (collectively known as groups) are located all over England and Wales.

 

Our number of groups are ever growing. However, if there isn't a branch in your local area and you would like to establish a new one, we can provide you with the support and training needed to make it happen! Visit our volunteer registratiuon page to find out more.

Map of GFS group locations

Our projects - open to girls aged 11-25

 

Our Skegness and Great Yarmouth Projects are led by GFS staff and take place in a our own premises. They offer a variety of programmes and activities open to girls aged 11-25.

Our branches - open to all

 

GFS branches are led by volunteers across England and Wales.

 

Branches and are mainly held in hired public spaces, such as church halls and community centres, and are open to all girls (within the branch's age range if specified).

North East England

Eldon, Durham

 

Lambton Street, Sunderland

 

Pelton Fell, Durham

Pittington, Durham

 

Rothwell, West Yorkshire

 

Widdrington, Northumberland

North West England

Aigburth, Merseyside

 

Appley Bridge, Lancashire

 

Garston, Lancashire

 

Layton, Lancashire

 

Mill Hill, Lancashire

Penny Lane, Lancashire

 

Pilling, Lancashire

 

Swinton, Lancashire

 

Stanwix, Cumbria

 

Wrea Green, Lancashire

 

Midlands

Atherstone, Warwickshire

 

Bearwood, West Midlands

 

Furness Vale, Derbyshire

Market Drayton, Cheshire

 

Pheasey, West Midlands

 

Worksop, Nottinghamshire

East England

Frodingham, Lincolnshire

 

North Walsham Community Centre (Great Yarmouth 'Butterfly Effect'), Norfolk

 

Pakefield Morton Road Community Centre (Great Yarmouth 'Butterfly' Effect'), Norfolk

 

Wainfleet, Lincolnshire

 

 

South England

Brixton, London

 

Gloucester, Gloucestershire

 

Hackney, London

 

Leagrave, Bedfordshire

 

Looe, Cornwall

Wales

Brecon, Powys

 

Felinfoel, Carmarthenshire

Penllergaer, Swansea

Our clubs - open to individual schools or colleges.

 

Clubs take place in schools and colleges and are only open to girls in attendance at that institute. Clubs are typically led by teachers and employees of the institute acting on a voluntary basis, or through professional practitioners based at our Skegness and Great Yarmouth Projects.

South England

Aske Hatcham, London

North East England

Stockton on Tees, Durham

Whyndham Primary, Newcastle

East England

Lincolnshire College, Lincolnshire

 

Moorlands Primary Academy, Lincolnshire

 

The Richmond School, Norfolk

 

Red Oak Primary (Lowestoft), Suffolk

Cliff Park Ormiston Academy, Norfolk

 

East Norfolk College, Norfolk

 

Flegg High School, Norfolk

 

Great Yarmouth College, Norfolk

 

Ingoldmells Academy, Lincolnshire

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