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Executive Nominations

The Executive is pleased to announce that following a nomination process, which closed on 1 April 2014, the various positions have been filled as follows:

GB Europe Annual Conference 2014

GB England & Wales will host the 2014 Conference from 6-8 June 2014 at Cliff College, Derbyshire. This is a great weekend of fellowship and an opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones.

Joseph & His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

2nd Glenrothes GB company presents Joseph & His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat on 9 and 10 May 2014 at the Rothes Hall, Glenrothes. Evening performances on 9 and 10 May with a special Matinee performance on the afternoon of 10 May.


Tickets priced at £5 for adults and £4 for children. You can book via the Rothes Hall Box Office by e-mailing mailto:boxoffice.rotheshalls@onfife.com or by telephone: 01592 611101

Commonwealth Youth Summit 6 – 9 June 2014

Are you aged between 16 – 21? Are you active in Girls’ Brigade Scotland and DofE?

Girls’ Brigade Scotland has been given the opportunity of 5 places at this event which will bring together young leaders from across the Commonwealth to exchange ideas and form valuable network opportunities.

For only £50, you can participate in a programme of events focusing on volunteering and developing leadership in your communities. You will take part in a series of workshops and hear from inspirational speakers such as Rebecca Adlington.

Special Activity Weekend Deals for GBS Groups

Looking for an activity weekend package for your girls?

We have just received a special weekend deal notification from PGL for Adventure Weekends until 31 August 2014 at a cost of £69+VAT. This is a special rate for uniformed organisations, includes activity sessions and full board with free places for group leaders. There's a great variety of activities on offer so why not check it out at http://www.pgl.co.uk/PGLWeb/Groups/uniformed-groups

GBS Holiday Leadership

The new Holiday Leadership forms and a supporting Guidance Sheet are now available on the website under the Leaders Section. Companies are asked to ensure that these forms are now used for all applications and any old forms held are destroyed. These replace all the previous Camp forms and GB HQ will not accept old forms after 28 February 2014. Please take your time to read through these and familiarise yourself with them, particularly if planning to lead a holiday over the coming months.

Character, Values, Poverty and Girls

What is the value in being part of Girls' Brigade for girls today?

That's a question we often get asked by parents, churches, government and young people. To hear what the value is, please follow the link below and read the Blog from Gary Walsh of Character Scotland who heard about Girls’ Brigade at the recent Pupil Inclusion Network in Scotland (PINS) meeting in Edinburgh on 19 September. Who did he hear it from? He heard it from 2 Brigaders from 4th Johnstone company and they certainly left a lasting impression! Well done girls.

Queen's Award

Following the launch at this year’s AGM, we are proud to be able to announce an updated and revitalised version of our highest award – The Queen’s Award.

The principles remain exactly the same as they have always been and what has found to have worked well over the years for both candidates and those supporting them has been retained. The changes that have been made mean that it is an exciting time to think about encouraging your girls to take part and several Companies have already asked for more details to pass on to their older Brigaders.