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(19/07/18) Both Image groups are at the Barrack field for a BBQ this evening from 6.30-8pm, families welcome! This is the last evening for both groups.

Mid-week clubs

Junior Image and Image are clubs for all boys and girls in school years 3 - 6 and of secondary school age

  When School Years
Junior Image Thursday 6:00 - 7:15pm 3 - 6
Image Thursday 7:15 - 8:30pm 7 - 13


Where do they meet?

BRBC rear entranceThe clubs meet at BRBC every Thursday
in term time only.

Access is via the New Street entrance.

What goes on?

There is a choice of activities for the children including:
  • Art & crafts
  • Life skills - e.g. cooking, basic first aid, home safety
  • Games - including pool, Wii, air hockey, table tennis, Jenga & parachute
  • Sports - including football, dodgeball, basketball, hockey & non-stop cricket
  • Tuck shop - a selection of sweets & drinks
  • Quiet time - a short time in the middle of the evening when we gather in the chapel, this is usually led by one of the leaders or a member of the church and usually includes a time of prayer.  During the evening the children will have had the opportunity to write any prayer requests on a prayer board.

Who are they led by?

The clubs are led by volunteer members from the church, all of whom have been Disclosure and Barring service (DBS) checked. The clubs have a strict safeguarding policy to protect both the children and the adults.

What about membership?

Admission is by membership and there is a £1.00 weekly subscription.  Parents or carers will be asked to complete a registration/consent form which gives us important contact information on their first visit. 


There are vacancies at the moment but please do check this site for the most up to date information.
To register an interest please complete and submit the form below and we will contact you by email with more details and a registration form.

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Other information

Junior Image - Children in Junior Image should be always be collected at the end of the session by a responsible adult, except during the summer term, when parents or carers of children may give written consent for their child to walk home unaccompanied.
Image - Parents or carers of children in Image may give written consent for their child to walk home unaccompanied at all times of the year.