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Photographs for the Church Calendar

Gill Young

Its time to get your cameras out and submit your favourite photographs for the annual calendar for 2015.

The photographs are to be of Bramham and the surrounding area

Please leave them on a disc at the village shop by the 30th August or e-mail to Gill Young.

The photographs will be on show, to be considered for the calendar, on Saturday 13th September in the Church at 10.00 am 

Many thanks

Gill Young

On Behalf of All Saints Church

Church Calendars Are On Sale !!!

Gill Young

This years alternative church calendar went on sale at the interval of the first night performance of Calendar Girls and 142 calendars were sold at the perfomances. 

The girls performing in the cast decided to make their very own calendar to raise funds for charity and have worked together with Stanley Menzies and Gill Young from All Saints Church in Bramham to create this years “Alternative Church Calendar” and raise funds for their local church.

The calendars are £8 are available from the village shop or you can also reserve a copy by e-mailing Gill Young.

The photographs have been taken by two local photographers, Rachel Stewart from “Evelyn and her sweet peas” and Stephen Turnbull.

The calendar is dated Sept 2013 to Dec 2014… so an additional bonus of 4 extra months that fits in perfectly with the start of the new school term.

There is a limited supply of 300 calendars being printed for sale so make sure you get your copy so you are not disappointed.



Bramham Parish Magazine - now online...

Neil Ferres

After many years of editing and publishing the Parish magazine in paper format to be hand delivered round the village - Gill Young has agreed, with the help of Neil Ferres, to move with the times and publish the magazine.

The computer files Gill uses are converted to ‘flipbook’ format and reside on the internet where they can be read at your leisure.

The Bramham Archive website will be storing the magazines from previous years when they are converted to digital format.

The links to the magazines are on the Church’s webpage, found here.

The technology used is still experimental so if you have any problems accessing the books - please let us know.

Gill intends to carry on with the paper magzine as usual - this is simply an extension of that service.