‘What does GB mean to you?’ competition winners


Five winners have been selected to have their photographs turned into a national Girls’ Brigade promotional campaign.

We asked our members to design a sign showing ‘What does GB mean to you’ and then take a photograph of themselves holding it.

Our judges, GB’s Vice Presidents Kathy Hubbard, Pam Jenkins, Jo Thoy and Janice Ogilvie and GB’s Director Jules Murdy have been hard at work and picked the following winners from the 325 entries received:

  • n:vestigate – Helena from 1st Uxbridge
  • n:gage – Darcy from 1st Burnham
  • n:counta – Maisie from 1st Drighlington
  • n:spire – Gabrianna from 1st Larkfield
  • Leaders – Eloise from 37th Bristol.

Vice President Jo says ‘There were a few that were really eye-catching with lots of interesting words but the one I chose spoke to me more from the heart.’

Vice President Kathy says ‘What an amazing set of entries for the competition and an almost impossible task to judge them.’

The winning photos are now being used as a social media graphic for us nationally, which you can view below, and we hope to use some of the other entries on our website and social media over the next few months. The winners will also receive a £20 Amazon voucher each and have their photograph put on display at the GB Support Centre.

All of the other amazing competition entries are available to view below.

n:vestigate entries

n:gage entries

n:counta entries

n:spire entries

Leader entries

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