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The official website for Bramham Parish Council and a new online destination for news and information about all aspects of village life.

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Your chance to have your say in the future of Bramham ...

This is your last chance to complete the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire and let us have your comments on the future of your village. Please take a few minutes to complete your questionnaire and post back or complete the online version to let us know your views.

Lets work together and stop the dog poo offenders in our village

Leeds City Council will issue fines if we can help identify who is allowing their dogs to foul our village and not pick up. All information will be treat and dealt with in strictest confidence. 

New charges for waste will be in effect from Monday 5th February

Leeds City Council are introducing a new charging policy for inert waste, rubble, soil, plasterboard and tyres. These charges will come into effect from Monday 5th February 2018.

Festival Tickets Application Day Sunday 4th March 9am to 1pm

PLEASE NOTE that this year the eligibility will be based on the electoral role so ALL RESIDENTS wishing to apply for a ticket please make sure you are on the electoral role (register to vote) before application day. Proof of address (utility bills) cannot be accepted this year. Photo ID MUST be brought for each applicant on your form including nominated tickets.

Friends of Bramham School selected to feature as a "Success Story"

Friends of Bramham School (FOBS) have been selected to feature as a "Success Story" for their creative fundraising and parent support by the association PTA UK.

The Sale of Bramham House  ... potential developers will be at The Pavilion on Wed 3rd January at 7pm

The Parish Council has arranged for the potential Bramham house developers to hold an open session from 7.00 pm to 7.30 pm on Wednesday 3rd January before the start of the Parish Council meeting. This will give residents the opportunity to find out more about their proposals and ask questions / give views. All are welcome.

What's On Next

What's On
Quiz Night at Bramham Village Hall Saturday 24th Feb at 7.30pm

Quiz night at Bramham Village Hall in aid of the British Heart Foundation on Saturday 24th February at 7.30pm, tickets £5. Teams of no more than 6, older children welcome to include light supper..... Fight for every heartbeat and support this wonderful cause.  

Auditions for Murder Mystery Play - 28th Feb at 8pm

Auditions for Bramham Drama Group Murder Mystery will take place on 28th February at Bramham Village Hall at 8pm. All welcome to attend if you fancy a role on or off the stage. New members especially welcome

St Patricks Night Bramham Village Hall Sat 17th March 7.30pm

Bramham Village hall will celebrate St Patricks night on Sat 17th March from 7.30pm. Dancing to a live Ceilidh Band, Irish Dancing demonstration and 2 course supper. All for £10. 

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About Bramham

Welcome to Bramham - Martin Batt © 2012

Welcome to Bramham - Martin Batt © 2012

Welcome to Bramham, a picturesque and peaceful yet highly active village near Wetherby, West Yorkshire.

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Parish Magazine

Click here to read all the magazines from 2013 to present day. Thanks to the continued hard work of Anne Palmer and Neil Ferres for bringing this monthly magazine to all the households in Bramham

“Welcome to Bramham, and thank you for visiting the official website for Bramham Parish Council. On this website you will find information about all aspects life in Bramham, a picturesque and peaceful yet highly active village near Wetherby, West Yorkshire. We hope you enjoy your stay.” - Bramham Parish Council