The 7th Chelmsford Boys Brigade Company

The 7th Chelmsford Boys Brigade Company are based at All Saints' Church, Springfield in Chelmsford, Essex and we run the The Boys' Brigade UK & RoI programme for boys aged from 5 years to 18 years across four sections. Anchors (5-7 years) and Juniors (7-11 years) meet on a Monday evening and Company (11-15 years) and Seniors (15-18 years) meet on a Friday evening.

We have a dedicated team of officers led by our Captain Mark Lamb who provide a varied and interesting range of activities. This includes a comprehensive programme of awards and achievements throughout the age range which culminates in the Queens badge - the highest achievement in the Boys Brigade. Boys are also encouraged to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme which is run in collaboration with other local Boys' Brigade Companies in Chelmsford.

The Company takes great pride in attending four church parade services each year and engage as much as possible with the community of Springfield.

The Boys’ Brigade engages with over 50,000 children and young people providing opportunities to meet together in their communities and engage in a range of fun and developmental activities. We believe that empowering children and young people is important and do this by involving them in decision making at all levels of the BB and giving responsibility appropriate to their age and aptitude.

The Boys’ Brigade enables children and young people to engage with the needs of others (especially other young people) locally, nationally and globally and encouraging them to participate in activities and projects in which they can make a difference.

If you are interested in what we do, please take a look at our website and social media pages. If you know any boys who would be interested in joining the 7th Chelmsford Boys Brigade Company, please contact us through our website or social media pages.


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