News / Local In Pictures: The Boys’ Brigade in the North-east by Callum Main 21/06/2017, 1:37 pm Aberdeen Battalion Boys’ Brigade members who received Queen’s Certificates and Badges at battalion headquarters. Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Veterans of the 12th Aberdeen (Ferryhill North Church) Company celebrating its 75th birthday. Archie Watt gives tips to Stuart Milton of the Boys’ Brigade, Aberdeen Battalion silver band. The 68th Bucksburn’s , from left, Cpl John Rae, Cpl Richard Mitchell and Sgt Scott Taylor with their Queen’s Badges. 70th Aberdeen Boys’ Brigade Company members on a visit to Grampian Fire Brigade HQ. Boys of 9th Company Junior Boys’ Brigade (Ruthrieston South Church) practice the flag raising. Runners in the senior section of the Aberdeen and District Battalion cross-country championships. Aberdeen Battalion Boys’ Brigade members who received Queen’s Certificates and Badges at battalion headquarters. Members of the 3rd B junior section of the St Machar and Columba’s BBs mark its 75 years. 47th Aberdeen members peel some potatoes during the Culter Boys’ Brigade camp. 48th Aberdeen Boys’ Brigade members’ new tent. 53rd Dyce founder William Winchester, centre, shows a picture of himself in his BB days. The lads of the 63rd Northfield Company flex their muscles and take the strain in the tug o’ war. 55th Woodside Parish Church’s Brian Morrison, seven, shows the crisp bags he’s collected for an RSPCA appeal, with officer in charge Lt Brian Bridgwater, left, and helpers. 62nd Aberdeen Company members leave for the BB camp at Carrbridge.