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Launch of new animated video

Friday 6th January 2017

The Boys’ Brigade has launched a brand new animated feature as part of the One for All recruitment campaign. The short animation is aimed at providing parents, carers, teachers, young people and others an engaging insight into the varied and exciting programmes on offer through The Boys’ Brigade.

On launching the new animation, Bill Stevenson, CEO The Boys’ Brigade, said:

“It is always good to welcome new faces to our sections – and by using this new resource, we hope to really share to the wider community all the great things that are on offer through The Boys’ Brigade.

“The BB brings people together, engage people of all ages in activities they may never normally experience – whether it is a discovering a new talent or developing a new skill , The BB helps young people achieve and realise their full worth.

“My hope is that this new animation captures our ambitions for BB members and our aim to offer young people the safe space to discover, to grow and to learn.”

The production includes the story of ‘John’, an example of a young person who joined the BB at his local church and has grown up through the organisation.

Learn more about the One for All campaign.

View the all latest animations here.

One for All (UK&RoI) from The Boys’ Brigade on Vimeo.





  1. Phil Watts says:

    Good animation, nicely produced and will be a useful tool but disappointing that there is no reference at all to our Christian faith. Where is the slide that that talks about giving members the chance to explore the Bible and find out more about God? Let’s not hide our light under a bushel !!

  2. Karen Jones says:

    Brilliant video, but I agree with Phil Watts that there should be some reference to us being Christian based. Are we able to download the video to display on the tv in our church, we don’t have internet? If so, how do I go about it?