Campaigners NI

There will be no Campaigners on Friday 17 March.

To end our season at Campaigners we have organised a final parents evening. This is for all clansmen, taking place in Clogherney Presbyterian Church Hall at 7:00 pm on Friday 31 March.  This is for the whole Company of Campaigners, Eagles, Junos, Inters and Craftsmen.  A cup of tea will be served afterwards.  We hope all the parents can join us for this.

Jemma Maxwell - Centre co-ordinator 028 8556 7492

All previous members and new members are very welcome.

Children must have a signed consent fom on the first night they attend.  Attendance is free of charge, the costs kindly sponsored by both churches.

Consent forms will be available at: Clogherney & Sixmilecross Church entrance halls,

By emailing

On the first night of attendance (forms must be completed this night)

Anyone moving to a new section or those who have outgrown their uniform can return them on the first night.  Campaigners uniforms will be allocated whne available.

Children & Young People Discovering Life

Are you aged 4 to 18?

Looking for fun, friends and excitement?

Campaigners NI
Campaigners NI

Campaigners Information


Age 4 to Primary 2

Meet from 7pm - 8pm in the Hutton Room, Clogherney Presbyterian Church.

Clan Chief - Ruth Kerr

In a playgroup environment Eagles play and learn together.

A typical clan evening includes craft, badgework, games and a short devotional time.


Primary 3 - Primary 6

Meet from 7pm - 8pm in the Youth Room, Clogherney Presbyterian Church

Clan Chief - Heather Gibson

A lively programme of activities and games is just the thing for any child.

The 'Laurel' Award gives the opportunity to learn basic life skills and in 'Clan C' children learn more about the Christian faith.

Thanks to Janice (and Suzie) from Grovehill who visited the Inters and Craftsmen Campaigners group this week.

Campaigners NI

Inters and Craftsmen

Inters - Year 7 to Year 9 and Craftsmen Year 10 to Age 18,

Meet 7.15 pm to 8.30 pm in Sixmilecross Presbyterian Church Hall.

Campaigners  is neither military nor political.

It seeks by means of its various activities:

  • to develop, in the young people it leads, a personal faith in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord
  • to bear witness to the need for Christian thoroughness in all the relationships of life;
  • thus the Motto ‘UNTO HIM’ and the Password ‘THROUGH AND THROUGH’.


Primary 7 to Year 9

Meet from 7:15pm - 8:30pm in Sixmilecross Presbyterian Church Hall

Clan Chief - Alan Gibson

The Inters programme offers great variety.

As well as sport, art and craft, first aid, camping and lots more, the 'Cornet' Award gives opportunity for service to others.

Bible truths are presented in a relevant way.


Year 10 to Age 18

Meet from 7:15pm - 8:30pm in Sixmilecross Presbyterian Church Hall

Clan Chief - Alan Gibson

Craftsmen is an exciting teenage outlet.

With outdoor pursuits, art, music and drama, the programme is dynamic and flexible and includes working towards the Campaigner 'Crown' Award.

Janice and Suzie

Janice & Suzie from Grovehill
Janice & Suzie from Grovehill