Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade

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The Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade, often referred to as the Brigade, is the Anglican Church’s only uniformed youth organisation. It welcomes children and young people of all faiths and none. The Brigade has a 120-year history of service to children, young people and the community.

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What is the aim of the Brigade?
Throughout the country (and Commonwealth) children and young people are continuing to enjoy fun, faith and fellowship. Through the Brigade, children and young people are learning to be better equipped to cope with the demands that society places upon them through a structured badge scheme. The Brigade creates a caring and safe environment in which friendships between children and young people and adults can be established, helping them grow in confidence and develop their skills and abilities so that they can work together and show care and concerns for others.


Who can join the Brigade?
The Brigade caters for all age groups, known as “sections”:
The Martins – is for children aged between 5 and 7
The Y Team – is for children between 7 and 10
The JTC – is for children between 10 and 13
The Seniors – is for young people between 13 and 21
Leaders – Parents and volunteers are always welcome and training can be provided.

How do I join the Brigade in Tintern?
We meet every Monday evening at Tintern Village Hall at 6.30pm – please just come along.
Or contact Alan Carter or Louise Angove (see below).
Alan Carter 07824 365970
Louise Angove 07909 660617
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