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         29th Glasgow BB, met at Glasgow's east-end Tureen St. School.


A social history of the BB in Glasgow
 photos and memories preserved on GlescaPals for future generations.

  29th Glasgow
Company, the Boys Brigade was formed 17 May 1886 and was attached to Renfield Free Chuch
In session 1892-1896 the company closed

  On 04 March 1897 the number was re-allocated 29th Glasgow BB attached to Springburn UP Church
In session 1901-1902 the company closed
 On 07 December 1903 the number was re-allocated 29th Glasgow BB attached to Barrowfield Parish Church
In session 1928-1929 the company closed

In session 1931-1932 the company re-formed as Glasgow Foundry Boy's Religious Society, Annfield Branch

In session 1935-1936 the company was attached to Chalmers Parish Church
In session 1963-1964 the company closed

Empire Exhibition 1938

Boys Brigade members with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Empire Exhibition 1938. 
During May 1938 Glasgow's Bellahouston Park played host to over 13 million people who came to visit the Empire Exhibition, a celebration of the achievements 
of the British Empire


July 2003, Extract from messageboard, Bob Hay, Australia
"Aye Webmaister, memories......running back home on a Friday night from Cochrane's the grocers with all the messages in time to hear some of Dick Barton before having to head off for the BB, the 29th in Tureen Street school,  I could go on and on but I won't......."



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