Boys' Brigade and Girls' Association



Anchors Juniors



Anchors and Juniors - Friday evening from 6.30 pm to 8pm

For boys & girls in school years 1 to 6

£20 Autumn and Spring terms, £15 Summer term, £50 year


Company Section - Friday Evening from 6.30pm to

For boys and girls in school years 7 +

£20 Autumn and Spring terms, £15 Summer term, £50 year

BBGA restarts Friday 13th September at 6.30pm

Sooooooo....summer seems to be over, there is a definite autumn chill in the air, the kiddy winks have been shoe horned back into their uniforms and crossed the school threshold for a new year so its time for BBGA to start back up

All sections are meeting 6:30-8pm for this first term. Please arrive on time so you don't miss out on the fun. We will be starting with a few games and then tackle some badgework. We are working on a fun program with the theme of "music".

Get your young people to bring some friends along as we could do with growing the groups a bit.

About the BBGA:

There are over one million children and young people around the world who are members of The Boy's Brigade and Girl's Association (BBGA).

In the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland there are 65,000 young people in over 1500 'Companies' (Groups).

The Boys' Brigade has been going for over 125 years - millions of children and young people have been involved in the Boys' Brigade at some point in their lives!

BBGA seeks to make a positive contribution to the lives of children and young people through the programme of activities that we undertake.

The programme is balanced to provide every child and young person with opportunities to take part in a wide range of activities, learn new skills and develop existing skills.

Above all BBGA is fun, exciting, and safe.

Who can join?

BBGA is open to all children and young people aged from 5 to 18 of any faith and background.

BBGA Contact: Jason Close

tel 07967 655661 evening & weekend


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