Camp Updates

River Deep Mountain High

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On Sunday after Church Parade we loaded the Junior Section lads into a mini bus and headed off to Box Hill. If success can be judged by laughter and smiles, then the day couldn’t have been better!

We arrived at Box Hill in the sunshine and promptly headed off to the viewing point to start a quiz that Roy and Mark had compiled which took us on a route via the upside down grave and the Old Fort. We then had a quick pit stop for lunch, before heading out on the Natural Play Trail. The trail consists of a series of stopping-off points, where children can climb trees and bridges, swing on ropes and balance on logs this proved to be a big hit with the boy’s. Next it was a walk down the 275 steps to stepping stones across the River Mole. For some of the boys this was the highlight of the day. Why use the stones when there is a perfectly good river to wade in!

London District Band Competitions

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On Saturday our Battalion Band travelled to Enfield for the London District Band Competitions.

The lads had all been working hard in the build up to the competition with weeks of practice and their dedication was then really put to the test by the sad passing of our Bandmaster, Dave Cherry.  

When we arrived we were informed that we could only enter one of the two competitions on the evening.  We consulted the senior boys who decided to enter the Devonshire Cup as they thought that was what Dave Cherry would have wanted despite being guaranteed a first place in the Novice competition due to being the only entrant.

The boys gave a good account of themselves; with a third place finish in the main competition, and Jake achieved a creditable second place in the Drum Major competition.

All in all it was a good night.  The lads seemed to enjoy the experience and the audience really appreciated their performance in the light of the difficult circumstances with a huge round of applause.

The Boys Were Back in Town

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The sun was out for our return visit to BB Headquaters Feldon Lodge for this year’s company section mini-camp. The boys undertook a series of activities including quizzes, challenges and sporting events. Cooking was also on the agenda, with the boys in charge of making breakfast and surprisingly us leaders all survived!! Night time brought the usual fun and games, room wars, spiders and joke telling, so apologies to all parents for returning tired children to you but boys will be boys!!

The Adventure Started Here

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Over the weekend one of lads joined up with his counterparts in the Battalion, and successfully completed his Bronze DofE practice expedition. He has worked hard since January, planning and training for this self-reliant two day expedition, and will be attempting his qualifying expedition (the one that is assessed) in July. So watch this space.

A Crowning Moment for the Band

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Saturday saw our members of the Battalion Band in action once again when they led the Wallington May Queen parade through the high street for her crowning at Wallington town hall.

As ever, the band played their hearts out, and put on a performance fit for a Queen.   


We meet on Wednesday nights (term time)

Anchor Boys - 18:00 until 19:15
Junior Section - 18:30 until 20:00
Company & Senor Section from 19:30.

Contact Us

The 10th Mid-Surrey Boys Brigade Company
Worcester Park

Anchor Boys


Anchors meet on
Wednesdays. 6:00-7:15.
This is for ages 5 - 8 years.

Junior Section


Juniors meet on
Wednesday. 6:30-8:00.
This is for ages 8-11 years

Company Section


Company Section meet on
Wednesdays. 7:15-9:15.
This is for ages 11-15 years.


Senior Section


Senior Section meet on
Wednesday. 7:15-22:00.
This is for ages 16-18 years.