CLCGB Calendar

CLCGB Calendar
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The Patron's Lunch 2016

On Sunday June 12th 2016, The Mall in St James’s Park will be transformed for its largest ever street party to celebrate The Queen’s patronage of over 600 charities and organisations on the occasion of her 90th birthday.

The not-for-profit event will also raise money for a newly created Patron’s Fund, which will support the charitable organisations within the UK and across the Commonwealth to which Her Majesty The Queen acts as a Patron.

At the centre of the event will be the very people she has helped over the decades; The Patron’s Organisations. This group of more than 600 charities and organisations is represented across the UK and the Commonwealth and covers 17 different sectors ranging from children, young people and the elderly to armed services, environment and agriculture of which the CLCGB has been invited to attend.

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Youth United Newsletter Featuring the CLCGB

The latest edition of the Youth United Newsletter has been published.  The CLCGB feature on the front page of the newsletter about All Saints and Martyrs, Langley, Middleton.

To view or download, click on the following link:

If you have a story to share with us, or your company has been in the press please let us know at


The Servant Queen

‘The Servant Queen and The King she serves’ is the title of a special short book being published in the new year to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday.  It is, in essence, her story of faith in Jesus, and includes both anecdotes from those closest to her faith, her faith in her own words and a specially written foreword written by her.  The retail price is £7 but if you continue reading you can get them for just £1 each, for distribution by churches, schools, groups, residential homes, street parties – basically anywhere a testimony of faith from the Monarch and head of the Church of England might be useful.

So far over 30,000 copies of this high quality, souvenir resource have been pre-ordered.  It has also been endorsed by the Department of Education for use in Schools and Colleges.  You can pre-order your copies here (minimum order is 10 copies, one Diocese has ordered 10,000 to give away!). Pre-orders will then be sent by the end of January. With an initial run of 100,000 copies are orders coming in fast, order yours now to be sure! 


High Wood Visit 2016

Thursday 14th July to Sunday 17th July 2016

High Wood 2016 is a project hosted by Leicester regiment. Our aim is to take our members to Europe to commemorate the fallen during World War I. In particular to pay their respects to brigade members who fought and lost their lives during this one epic battle.

To find out more follow this link to the High Wood 2016 website or click on the left hand side link.


CLB World War 1

We are putting together a list of all the grave sites and memorials of members of the Church Lads' Brigade are buried and remembered at.

Part of the remembrance trip to High Wood will be to visit as many of these graves and memorials as possible to pay our respects to these men.

We need your help in find these brave men. Do you have any names that we can investigate.

Please find by clicking here the type of profile we can get.

The men did not only serve in the King's Royal Rifle Corps, we have profiles on men from Leicester who were in the Tigers (The Leicestershire Regiment). The more information you have the better

Our Agenda in France July 2016 is as follows
14th July 2016 travel to Albert
15th July 2016 Service High Wood - Act of remembrance at graves and memorials - Evening parade through Albert.
16th July 2016 Play at the Menin Gate before and after Last Post (Fully Confirmed)
17th July 2016 travel back home via Disney Land ( Arranging for band to play).

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