Young People's Activities

Boys' Brigade:

The Boys' Brigade meet on a Monday at the following times:

  • Anchor Boys (Age 5-8 / Years 1-3) 6.00pm to 7.15pm
  • Junior Section (Age 8-11 / Years 4-6) 6:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Company Section (Age 11-18 / Years 7-13) 7:45pm to 9:15pm

Boys' Brigade LogoThe Boys' Brigade is a Christian based youth organisation catering for boys and young men aged 5 to 18. Evenings are always very lively and include a mixture of physical and 'quieter' activities. There are other exciting things to look forward to, outings for the younger boys and activities including: archery, canoeing, fencing and abseiling for the older boys. The older boys also take part in various competitions with other companies in Northamptonshire. The highlight of the year for the company section is the summer camp at the end of the session.

To find out more visit the Boys' Brigade website.

Girls'' Brigade:

The Girls' Brigade meets on a Thursday evening at the following times:

  • N:Vestigate and N:Gage, 6:15pm to 7:30pm
  • N:Counta and N:Spire 7:00pm to 8:15pm

Girls' Brigade LogoThe Girls' Brigade is a uniformed Christian organisation for girls from 5 to 18 years. The girls meet for friendship and fun, with a range of activities, as well as working towards badges such as, safety, cookery, activity games, drama, crafts, Bible stories. They also take part in competitions, have outings and the older girls join the Boys' Brigade camp at the end of the session.

For more information on the Girls' Brigade, visit their website.

The Toddle Inn

The Toddle Inn is a parent and toddler group that meets every Thursday during term times:

  • Mornings: 10:00am to 11:30am
  • Afternoons: 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Toddle Inn LogoIt is for children under the age of five and their carers. It is an ideal opportunity for the children to get to know each other, while enjoying playing with a variety of toys, experiencing a different type of craft activity each week and sharing in a short time of singing and musical activity at the end of each session. It is good for the carers too! A chance for them to get out, entertain the children and meet others over a drink, share joys and pains of looking after children or even talk about other things for a change!

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