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The Girls' Brigade                            

The amount raised
during GB Week 2019 was

A sincere 'Thank You' to all who supported us so generously

The aim of the Girls' Brigade (GB), being a Christian Organisation, international and interdenominational is:-

'To help girls to become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ and through self-control, reverence and a sense of responsibility, to find enrichment of life.'

The GB is composed of local companies each of which is connected with a Church or Mission of an approved Christian denomination.  Our Company is known as the '108th Northern Ireland Company'.

The programme provides activities designed to help girls attain physical, mental and spiritual maturity and encourage girls to express what they learn through practical service to home, community and Church.

All leaders in the GB seek, with God's help, to maintain a varied programme.  The above aim and principles are implemented in a loving and enjoyable environment through games, handcraft, community work and Bible study.

Noelle McNinch

Photos 2011-12

Photos 2013-14

Photos 2014-15
Vintage Evening
Oscars Night 2017
Jungle NI Trip 2019

The Brigade is composed of four sections:-

Explorers: Under 8 years   Juniors: 8 to 10 years

Seniors: 11 to 13 years     Brigaders: 14 to 18 years

If you have girls in your family or relations, neighbours or acquaintances, please encourage them to come along to the Harryville Girls' Brigade on a Thursday evening during the following times (September to April):-

Explorers:                                6.30pm - 8.00pm

Juniors, Seniors & Brigaders: 7.00pm - 9.00pm

They can be assured of a cordial welcome and an interesting and varied programme.

  Noelle McNinch (Captain) and Officers Claire Calderwood, Elizabeth McCaughern , Beverley Lowry and Donna Logan prepare to cut a 125th Anniversary cake after the Enrolment Service on 11 November 2018.


Brigader Brooches 2019


Chloe Rainey


Emma Russell







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