Gwynedd Flying Start

Last updated: January 22, 2016

About Gwynedd Flying Start

Flying Start is a Welsh Government project that is offered within 6 catchment areas in Gwynedd. The project works with children under 4 years old and the aim is to improve their skills preparing them for school, as well as preparing them for life in general.

Flying Start also provides additional support to parents, assisting them as their children grow and develop.

Who is this for?

The Scheme targets specific wards within Gwynedd.

If you live within wards in the Glancegin (Bangor), Marchog 1 and 2 and Maesincla (Caernarfon) areas, Peblig and Cadnant wards, Maenofferen and Diffwys wards (Blaenau Ffestiniog), Gerlan ward in the Bethesda area, Talysran, Llanllyfni and Clynnog wards and the South Dolgellau ward.

Depending on your postcode within the wards above, you might be eligible to be a part of the scheme – to check this, contact the main Flying Start office at Plas Pawb – 01286 678 824 or e-mail

If you’re not eligible for Flying Start, there may be other services available to you. Please contact Gwynedd Ni to find out more.

Works with

Childcare / Health and Well-being / Parenting Support / Speech, Language and Communication Support

Gwynedd Flying Start

01286 678824

Plas Pawb,
Safle Ysgol Maesincla,
LL55 1DF

Office Hours

9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm

Other Gwynedd Services

Gwynedd Ni – Family Information Service

Childcare / Information / Money / Parenting / Things To Do

Gwynedd Ni provides impartial information and advice on a range of subjects and services available for children, young people and families living in Gwynedd.

Gwynedd Flying Start

Childcare / Health and Well-being / Parenting Support / Speech, Language and Communication Support

Flying Start is the Welsh Government targeted Early Years programme for families with children under 4 years of age in specific areas of Wales.

Gwynedd Families First

Employment / Disability / Early Years / Health / Education / Emotional & Mental Health

Better health and wellbeing, education and employment for low-income families living in Gwynedd.

Gwynedd Supporting People Programme

Additional Needs / Disability / Health and Well-being / Homelessness / Housing

The Supporting People Scheme provides support to people who are at risk of losing their tenancy and becoming homeless. They provide housing-related support services and helps you to live independently in the community.

This could be in your own home or in hostels, sheltered housing, or other specialist supported housing. They provide complementary support for people who may also need personal or medical care.