Newmills Presbyterian Church - Serving the community within the Portadown – Lurgan – Banbridge triangle
Girl Inters and Craftsmen. Girl Inters and Craftsmen are the two most senior groups of the Campaigners organisation in Newmills, catering for girls aged between 11 and 18.


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Being a teenager is tough, we know that, we’ve been there! We want each girl to:


  • Know that God loves and cherishes each one of them just as they are.
  • Understand that God is with them every step of the way.
  • Fully rely on Him for everything.


Who comes to the organisation? Girls aged 11 to 18. All new members are more than welcome to join us!

What are the main activities? Usually each night involves some form of badge work. In the past we have covered Fitness, Dance, Craft, Missionary Work, Art, First Aid and Cookery badges. This is usually followed by a few games, we don't like to take ourselves too seriously! Each night ends with a compulsory visit to the tuck shop for our chocolate fix and then we have Clan C. It is at this point that we can think about lots of different areas of a young person's Christian walk or simply about some of the challenges that only us girls can understand!

When does the organisation meet? Monday nights from 7.30pm to 9.00pm.

Where does the group meet? Campbell Hall

Is there a weekly, monthly or annual fee? Payment is only required for an Inters or a Craftsmen jumper.

What are the usual start and end dates Mid September - April/May (depending on the girls' exam dates.)

Who are the Leaders of this group?

Dawn Crozier and Julie Hynds