We are currently compiling the Roll of Honour for this year’s Remembrance Service to be held at the National Memorial Arboretum on 5th November. If you wish toadd any Brigade related personnel to the roll then please advise NHQ with the relevant details (full name, date of death, Company/formation, next of kin name & address if known). Rest assured the latter will be treated with sensitivity. It will only be used to send them a personal invitation to the service as guests of the Brigade and the order of service.
Please note that names are accepted one year in retrospect to 1st September 2020.
Royal Patron for 70-years of the Church Lads’ & Church Girls’ Brigade
May I join the Brigade family, both in the UK and across the world in expressing our sincere condolences to His Majesty King Charles III, The Queen Consort and the Royal Family, on the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
A much loved and respected monarch; a figure known for her profound sense of duty and devotion to her country and the Commonwealth. Her loss will be felt greatly, and her service remembered always.
May Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II rest in peace.
A D Hayday, The Governor, CLCGB
Today, Andrew Hayday the Governor of CLCGB presented the first of our new style belts to Jan Mason and Paul Turnbull. Jan and Paul are the daughter and son of Ray Turnbull 'Uncle Ray'. Before Ray passed he made regular donations to NHQ. Due to his kind generosity we were able to use his donations to retain the 'Fight the Good Fight' buckle. Jan and Paul were taken aback to receive the gift and kind words. Jan added 'It will go up in dad's house, he was one in a million...Fight the Good Fight'.