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* Help at Hand
Need Help to cut the grass, paint that fence? One of the senior boys of the 4th Falkirk Boys Brigade, your local company, is seeking to volunteer his services to any older residents in our community who could do with a bit of help clearing up the garden, cut the grass, paint that fence, His labour is free all you need to do is supply the tools/paint etc. He is volunteering as part of his Queens Badge, the highest badge in the Boys Brigade, but he needs the support of his local community to ensure that he gains the number of hours required. If you were an ex BB member or leader you will know what this badge means, so go on and get in touch, please email your details to: firstname.lastname@example.org . In the email please state: your full name, address, phone number and type of work required, One of our leaders will then contact you and arrange suitable dates that suit both parties.
4th Falkirk Boys Brigade is about to re-start why not reserve your childs place. This year we are giving you the chance to register your son for a space, the session will start on Wednesday, September 9 from 6.30pm at Ettrick Dochart centre. New members are welcome and existing members we hope to see you back for another exciting and challenging fun session. The boys brigade is open to all boys who are aged six in P2 to join us, We run three sections on Wednesday night: Anchors - P2 and 3 - 6.30pm until 7.30pm; Juniors P4,5 and 6, 6.30pm until 8pm and Company Section P7-S6, 7.30pm until 9pm. To register your sons place please email: email@example.com, we need your sons’ full name, address, age and section he wishes to join. Please ensure your email is available as a contact. Last year our boys entered table tennis, wwimming, cross country, Alan Douglas, pulpit competition, first aid competitions, We also had great night outs at Megazone, Probowl and Marine. Company Section had the chance to learn indoor wall climbing and night out in May on mountain bikes.