The United Kingdom is the home of Guiding and Girl Scouting. Scouting in general began in August 1907 at a trial camp on Brownsea Island. Lord Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell, now known the world over as B-P, conducted the camp. With the publication of B-P's "Scouting for Boys" early in 1908, a youth movement spontaneously sprung up. Soon afterwards, the Scout Association was formed by B-P to give structure to the movement and to organize training, called Wood Badge, for adult leaders. B-P quickly realized that girls were also participating in the movement, so, with his sister Agnes and later his wife, Olave, the Girl Guides and the Guide Association were also founded and developed. Further, B-P, with the aid of his brother, Warrington, an avid sailor and aficionado of canoe sailing, founded the Sea Scouts. Guiding and Girl Scouting rapidly developed into a worldwide organization and is today the world's largest youth movement for girls. B-P is universally recognized as the founder of Scouting.
This category is restricted to listing web sites of Councils and Groups that belong to the United Kingdom Guide Association.

Sites that deal with the national organization of the Guide Association, with UK guiding and scouting in general and UK Guiding web sites that do not fit under any of the topical categories should be listed at:

Brownie Guide units of Girlguiding UK.
Sites that contain information about Brownie Units only.
County and division councils of the Guide Association.
Girlguiding UK of the Guide section.
Sites that are for Guide section only.
Girl Guiding units with more than one program section.
Submit sites that deal with multiple program sections of a Guiding Group
Adult support group for Girlguiding and Scouting. Officially recognized and sanctioned by Girlguiding UK.
The junior section of Girlguiding.
Ranger section of the Girlguides UK.
Adult auxiliary of Girlguiding UK.
Young Guiders section of Girlguiding UK.