Here are some links to websites that GB is involved with and that you may find interesting.
Please note that the Girls’ Brigade England & Wales can’t be held responsible for the content of external websites linked from this page.
Links to resource websites can be found in the Go leader section of this website.
Girls’ Brigade International: www.gbworldwide.org
Blog of Girls' Brigade England & Wales' National Director Ruth Gilson: www.ruthgb.wordpress.com/
Girls’ Brigade Europe blog: www.gbconnect.wordpress.com
Girls’ Brigade’s European Fellowship: www.gbeurope.org
Girls’ Brigade Ireland: www.girlsbrigadeirl.ie
Girls’ Brigade Northern Ireland: www.gbni.co.uk
Girls’ Brigade Scotland: www.girls-brigade-scotland.org.uk
Girls’ Brigade Malaysia: www.gbmalaysia.org
Girls’ Brigade Singapore: www.gb.org.sg
Girls’ Brigade Australia: www.girlsbrigadeaustralia.org
Girls’ Brigade New Zealand: www.girlsbrigade.org.nz
Arise Ministries: www.ariseministries.org.uk
Arise Ministries' blog: www.edariseministries.wordpress.com
The Boys’ Brigade: www.boys-brigade.org.uk
Viz-A-Viz Ministries: www.vizaviz.org
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award: www.dofe.org
Project YOU: www.youlondon.org.uk
Micah Challenge: www.micahchallenge.org.uk
Baptist Union of Great Britain: www.baptist.org.uk
Evangelical Alliance: www.eauk.org
Smile International: www.smileinternational.org
Get Connected (A free, confidential, helpline service for young people under 25 who need help but don’t know where to turn): www.getconnected.org.uk
Get your hands on Layla's Advent Adventure! This brilliant resource offers an alternative to the 'naughty' elf on the shelf concept as you countdown to Christmas and is suitable for children both in and out of Girls’ Brigade.
15 members of the Girls' Brigade England & Wales represented us at the Remembrance Sunday march past at the Cenotaph in London yesterday.
Around 10 GB groups have, or will have, held Remembrance events featuring 10 ‘Tommy’ silhouettes – remembering the lives of servicemen and women within their own communities who failed to return home after World War One.