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BB anchor          214th GLASGOW, Boys Brigade

A social history of the BB in Glasgow
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  The 214th Glasgow
Company, the Boys Brigade was formed 11 Oct 1924 attached to Whiteinch UF Church

In session 1929-1930 the company's church changed to Whiteinch Gordon Park Church

In session 1935-1936 the company's church changed to Gordon Park Church

In session 1991-1992 the company closed


Bugle band in Kelvingrove Park

A fine turn-out by a 214th Glasgow Boys Brigade bugle band c1950.     


  Nov. 2016 Extract from email, John Stewart, Age 83, Glasgow, Scotland
I was a member of the 70th Glasgow Scouts (McLeod Church, Townhead) they met in St. David's School hall in St. James's Rd. 
  I then joined the 39th Company Boy's Brigade in the Red Barony Church (now a University Building) and became Sgt. Piper and Bugler. 
                                                   PHOTO BELOW was taken in DUNBAR in 1952 at a joint camp with 39th BB and the 214th BB
39 and 214
  Church Parade, Dunbar 1952  joint BB camp with 39th BB and the 214th BB



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