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Our activities include, among many others, football, dodgeball, gymnastics, arts and crafts, basketball, fitness training and badge work.
We have many regular outings, such as sponsored walks, nature walks, sports fun days, bowling, climbing and barbeques (yes, even in Scotland!)
Recently, we have discovered a fabulous outdoor adventure complex at Whithaugh near the Borders where the older boys go camping for the weekend and go zip lining, mountain biking, canoeing and swimming among other brilliant activities!
Come and see what we get up to!
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The Anchor Boys section is open to any Boy in Primary 2 or 3 and meets in St Lukes Hall from 6 to 7.15pm every Monday evening. Lt. Linda Todd, assisted by Lt. Andrew Thomson, Lt. Fiona Cook and some of our senior Boys and Girls (from Girls Brigade), lead the Boys in fun and games such as football, basketball, dodgeball and various craft activities. The boys are assigned to their own squad and much friendly rivalry ensues as they compete for the title of Best Squad! They will also have the opportunity to gain various badges which are proudly displayed on their armbands!
The Junior Section is open to any Boy in Primary 4, 5 or 6 and meets in St Lukes Hall from 7 to 8.30pm every Monday evening.
Lt. Fiona Cook, assisted by Captain Allistair Fettes and some of our senior Boys, lead the Boys in fun and games such as football, handball, fitness training, gymnastics, parkour and various brain-teasing puzzles.
The boys are assigned to their own squad and trophies are hotly contested!
They will also have the opportunity to increase their haul of badges!
The Company Section is open to any Boy or young man from Primary 7 to Secondary 6 and meets in St Lukes Hall from 7.30 to 9.30pm every Friday evening.
Captain Allistair Fettes, assisted by Lt. Andy Mathie and Lt. Andrew Thomson, guide our senior ranks in activities such as football, fitness training, hockey, marksmanship, handball and leadership development.
The boys are assigned to their own squad and have the opportunity to become Non-Commissioned Officers. They will also be able to work towards nationally recognised awards such as the Queens Badge.