Boys’ Brigade Reflections & Latest News

20 Sep 2022

Like many organisations around the country, The Boys' Brigade has felt the impact of the death of the Queen Elizabeth ll, their Patron.The Kinross Company was one of the many BB Companies represented at the BB Royal Review at Windsor Castle on Saturday 30 April 1994. Four Kinross Company Queen's Men Sergeants Robert C., David C., Jonathan G. and Roy M. left with officers after their Friday night meeting to drive overnight to Windsor to participate in this special event..

Over 1000 boys paraded that day with the Queen inspecting the assembled ranks in the quadrangle of Windsor Castle following a march along the "Long Walk." The Queen spent time inspecting the boys, chatting to many with Roy M. being fortunate to be one of the random selections by Her Majesty. When asked what he thought about their chat he commented that the Queen "reminded me of a wee granny."


The Company is now back in operation on Friday evenings in the Church Centre catering for boys and girls aged 5 - 18 in four sections:

  • Anchor Section for boys and girls from Primary one to Primary three, meets from 6 pm till 7:15 pm
  • Junior Section for boys and girls from Primary four to Primary 6, meets from 7 pm till 9 pm
  • Company Section for boys and girls from Primary seven to S3, meets from 7 pm till 9:30 pm
  • Senior Section for boys and girls from S3 to S6, meets from 7 pm till 9:30 pm.

A new badge award scheme has been developed to cater for the future expectations of 21st century living with many featuring valuable life skills and team building skills.

Any former members who still have items of uniform (jumpers, shirts, ties, belts etc) belonging to the Company are asked to return them to the Church Centre on a Friday as soon as possible to cater for our new members.