Girls’ Brigade

1st Polmont Girls’ Brigade


For Primaries 1-3

Thursdays, 6.15-7.30pm

At Explorers, we have fun; play games; listen to stories; and most importantly learn about Jesus and His love for us; help others; make things; bake; see our friends go on outings; learn about the world around us; draw and paint; dance and sing; do drama and mime; learn our right from our left and sometimes we march and feel very grown up!


Wednesdays, 6.15-7.45pm

For 8-11 year olds

Juniors are very busy people, there’s no doubt about it! We chat, laugh, see our friends and make new ones, we dance, sing, act,  talk, listen, bake, cook, do crafts, play games, conquer challenges, see and experience new things, find out about the world and ourselves,and most all learn of God’s love. We have coffee mornings, go on trips, sleepovers, have parties, put on displays and entertain, help people and fundraise for charities; and through all this gain confidence, new skills, learn self control and respect for ourselves and others …. what do we not do?


Wednesdays, 7.30-9.00pm

For 12+

At Brigaders, there is so much to do and so many opportunities open to you. As well as more challenging badge work within Girls’ Brigade, there’s still the focus on Spiritual, Physical, Educational and Service topics, but as Brigaders, you are involved in picking topics that are relevant to you, where you can extend your current interest, e.g. dance, music, art, drama, sports, bible studies, crafts and have the opportunity to be introduced to new concepts, to think about who you are and how you fit into the world around you. Brigaders isn’t all theory, it’s about getting out, getting involved and making a difference for yourself and those around you. You can also take on the opportunities and challenges of Leadership Training, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and Queen’s Award and experience all they have to offer.

New members are very welcome! Girls’ Brigade is currently in recess. Enrolment is on 22nd (Explorers) / 28th (Juniors) / 21st (Brigaders) August 2013.

If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Sandra Blair, Captain at