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GB photos below are from our Celebration Parade in October 2018.
GB Nationally was 125 years old and 1st Yeovil was 110 years old.
These photos are of everyone in the service, our 4 new leaders being commissioned and our girls wearing a range of old uniforms from the last century.
These photos are of Debbie Frost being presented with her 30 years’ service award by Julia Traill our Regional Team Leader; our current girls singing "Blinded by Your Grace" by Stormzy; all our current girls, staff and previous members who attended the celebration; our lovely group of senior ex-members.
These are family groups from the Celebration where there are 2, 3 or 4 generations who have all been part of 1st Yeovil over the years
These photos are skipping, pancake night & devotions and the collected items for the sewing kits, and evening making sewing books – with helpful assistants and the final sewing kits. We have donated 61 sewing kits to ‘Hope for Kids’ who have taken them out to Kenya to give to girls who need them.
Heather Andrews - 50 Years Service
1st Yeovil Girls' Brigade
Our Girls' Brigade Company meets every Tuesday evening in term time.
6.00 - 7.30pm: Explorers for girls aged 4 - 8 years
6.45 - 8.30pm: Juniors for girls aged 9 - 11 year
6.45 - 8.30pm: Seniors for girls aged 12 - 14 years
6.45 - 8.30pm: Brigaders for girls aged 14 +
Girls’ Brigade is a Christian organisation for girls which aims to gentlyallow space for girls to get to know God.
In Yeovil, we have approximately 50 girls who follow through planned activities each week to earn badges & stickers. An evening for younger girls may include games, lots of making, story time and singing whilst once older an evening might contain DVD clips, discussions, cookery, games, craft, learning practical skills, a snack devotional times
We regularly have themed evenings which may include everyone going swimming, or cooking or having a pampering session! We enjoy parties together, day trips, occasional sleepovers, bbqs and an annual camp for the older girls.
The older girls can also work towards the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and the Queens Award, whilst also gaining the benefits of four weekends of leadership training as they grow up through Brigade.
We have a monthly Sunday Parade service which we encourage girls to attend and we wear a crested hoody and navy skirt as our uniform. All our staff have completed Officer Training and are CRB checked regularly. We have First Aid and Camp training qualifications and are risk aware.
For further details please contact:
Company Captain Mrs Kate Overd 07788 316997
GB Photo Gallery
Steel Band Evening October 2013
Video clips!!! Yes, the images are sideways...but the sound isn't bad for 1/2 hour lesson!
District Fun Day - Weymouth September 2013
GB/BB Camp at Brixham July 2013
Display Night - June
Pets at Home Explorer Visit ~ April 2013
Our President Heather's British Empire Medal Presentations ~ given for 40 years service to G.B.
GB Regional Fun Day ~ Uffculme April 2013
Young Leaders Weekend ~ March 2013
Easter Evening & a visit from our Moderator Jez Brown - 26th March 2013
Junior Bring & Buy Sale 19th March
Fundraising for Help the Heros ~ the girls raised approx £45
Mothering Sunday Preparations - 5th March 2013
Senior Cooking Night - Feb 2013
Junior Cooking Night - Feb 2013
Explorer Science Night with Cressida Bullock - January 2013
Juniors - Raft Building - November 2012
Explorers decorating biscuits November 2012
Explorer visit to the Octogan Theatre Oct 2012
GB/BB Camp Aug 2012
Display & Presentation of Awards Evening June 2012
Duke Of Edinburgh's Award Expedition (Practice Walk!)