|Project Incredible concludes at Newport|
The Boys’ Brigade and Scouting Ireland have just concluded a working together ‘Project Incredible’ bringing young people together from different communities in NI, thanks to funding from the Lisburn & Castlereagh PEACE IV Partnership. The project is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body under the theme of Shared Spaced and Services.
|National Competitions - Seniors football |
Information on round 2
|PSNI Cyber Prevent Information Pack for Youth Leaders|
The PSNI has produced a Cyber Prevent Information Pack and is keen to share this with young people in NI. Could you take a look? Perhaps this is something you could incorporate into a programme topic for an evening or series of evenings.
|November Battalion's Newsletter|
Monthly update from BB SHQ
|Launch of T:BUC Camps Programme 2019-2020|
The Executive Office, in partnership with the Education Authority, is inviting applications from groups who wish to deliver a Camp, as part of the T:BUC Camps Programme in 2019-2020.
|October Battalion's Newsletter|
|Skills Based Training 2018-2019|
|Raise the Bar in 2018-19|
There is already so much we can be proud of, but can we do more? 'Raise the Bar' is the title of our new campaign for next session and is set around 10 challenges for each Company, focussed on raising the quality of experience for children and young people.
|Using Facebook to Help Recruitment |
|Annual Information / Consent Forms|
Following the introduction of GDPR it has been necessary to review the way we capture data and as a result we are announcing the following changes. From the 2018-2019 session we are introducing an Annual Information Form and a Joining Form, we are also introducing functionality on OBM to assist with capturing data and recording photo consent.
|First KGVI Week at Newport|
The first KGVI week took place at Newport from 21 – 27 July 2018 in glorious summer weather. It was a real privilege to have the young people at Newport bringing much laughter, fun and encouragement with them. We pray that this is the beginning of a long legacy at our Newport Training, Conference and Residential Centre.
|We Made it Home! |
The Boys' Brigade Northern Ireland District Makes it Home! The Boys' Brigade Northern Ireland District ‘Made their way Home’ on a sponsored 35 mile walk from their previous Headquarters Rathmore in Larne to their newly renovated home at the former Newport Primary school in Culcavy, just outside Hillsborough On Saturday 23 June 2018.
|Phase Three of Newport Transformation Completed|
The Boys' Brigade Northern Ireland District Brigade has unveiled a £200k regeneration project on the site of the former Newport Primary School in Culcavy. The building, which doubles as the headquarters for the organisation now offers high quality residential, training and conference facilities. This latest phase of the building’s refurbishment has utilised £50k support from the popular Alpha Programme to create five dormitory style rooms and training spaces.