Bramcote Care Group
- Contact :
- Elaine Morris on 939 2566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively by mobile 0785 098 5349.
- or alternatively Julie Davenport on 925 1029 or mobile 0795 764 8977
Bramcote History Group was formed in 2001 with just three people and now boasts a membership in excess of 100. We hold lively and informative meetings on the third Monday of the month in St Michael’s Church Centre, Bramcote, near Nottingham. The meetings start at 8pm with the doors open at 7.40pm. Admission is £1 for members and £2 for non-members. Click in the link in the heading to go to the website.
The Society was formed in 1971 with the aim of monitoring the care and preservation of buildings of historic and architectural interest within the designated conservation area and its surroundings, and to oppose any unnecessary development proposals which could be detrimental to the ethos of the area. The Society also maintains a watching brief over any potential damage to the environment, to woodland and to wildlife. The Society arranges two events during the year with a speaker, usually in the spring and autumn, and the Annual General Meeting is held in June. A newsletter is produced twice a year to keep members informed of the society’s work. Click in the link in the heading to go to the website.
Bramcote Fun Chorus meet every Thursday 7-8.30pm at Bramcote Memorial Hall. The first session is Free, after that it’s £5 per class. See their Youtube channel, for their latest performance which included some of our Bramcote members and really encapsulates what they’re all about : Fun Chorus @ Sconce Park Newark
Bramcote – Silver Surfers – The Silver Surfer project is run by a group of volunteers seeking to provide a safe social environment where older members of the local community can meet together to explore many of the possibilities provided by accessing the internet; email, surfing, Skype etc. They meet Thursday afternoons 1 to 3pm at St Michael’s Church Centre, Church St, Bramcote NG9 3HD.
The Friends of Bramcote Ridge is an award winning community action group, dedicated to the protection, conservation and enhancement of sizeable area of former farmland, situated approximately 6km to the west of Nottingham (England), in between the residential areas of Wollaton and Bramcote Hills. The group was established in April 1999, and adopted its formal constitution at the first Annual General Meeting on 1st November 1999. It currently has over 60 members; many of whom are actively involved in the on-going practical management of the site. Click in the link in the heading to go to the website.
Bramcote Hills Community Association
Bramcote Hills Community Association covers a wide area that runs from Sandy Lane in the east to Moor Lane and the Oaklands Estate in the west, with the Derby Road and the City Boundary near Grangewood Road forming the southern and northern boundary respectively. Anyone living within this area is eligible to become a member on payment of the annual subscription of £3.00 collected in early summer.
The Association serves its members by organising social events, from a children’s play scheme in the summer holidays to pub rambles, pantomime trips and an annual dinner, by operating a loan scheme of equipment for use in the house and garden, by running a Neighbourhood Watch /PACT scheme and by giving information on community matters via four seasonal newsletters. It also supports many affiliated sports clubs and interest groups in the area
See the Diary Page for some organised activities.
Members of Bramcote Conservation Society and Bramcote History Group have been working since 2004 to restore and repair the Grade II Listed building, affectionately known as the ‘Sunken Church’, at the junction of Moss Drive and Town Street, Bramcote. Click in the link in the heading to go to the website.
Protecting and improving our local area. Meetings run September – March. The Society also runs regular guided walks and Heritage Open Days events. Details of the meetings can be found in the Diary. Click on this link to read about the objectives of the Society.