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At last Monday's Boys' Brigade and Girls' Brigade joint Presentation Evening, Nicholas Reid received his President's Badge and Certificate. He is now working towards the brigade's highest award, the Queen's Badge.

Throughout their time in the senior BB age group young people can gain badges and recognition for their participation in the programme. Nicholas's work for his President's badge involved work in the community and in helping within the Brigade.

He follows a long line of young people from the Aylesbury battalion who have helped to stretch and challenge themselves and have their efforts recognised. So 'Well done Nicholas' and all good wishes for your Queen's Badge.

For the Boys' Brigade national website, click here.

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