Boys' & Girls' Brigade @ Hoddesdon

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Boys and Girls Brigade

Monday: 6.00pm — 7.45pm
Hoddesdon Methodist Church

At the 1st Hoddesdon Boys' Brigade and Girls Association Company our aim is quite simple, to allow children and young people to experience "life to the full" (John 10:10).

Our weekly programme is packed with opportunities for youngsters to engage, grow and have fun.

  • Fun through activities which help them learn about their local community and the wider world (recycling, climate change, sign language etc.)
  • Fun with experiments that challenge their understanding (gravity, weather, astronomy etc.)
  • Fun active games to encourage teamwork and fitness (table tennis, football, athletics etc.)
  • Fun by creating craftwork (Chinese Lanterns, baking, origami etc.)
  • Fun alongside adventure (nature walks, problem solving tasks, camping craft)
  • Fun finding out about the bible (stories, artwork, drama etc.)
  • We meet in a safe environment with dedicated leaders who support, nurture, and inspire children, using their wealth of experience to encourage youngsters to participate and develop their abilities and skills.

If you'd like to find out more please contact us by email: matthewlldixon@hotmail.com

Matthew Dixon -- Acting Captain

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