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Fancy having a go at the cancan??

Alison Mackie

The Bramham NSPCC are putting on a French Evening on Saturday the 21st June to celebrate Le Tour De France and part of the entertainment will be a troupe of cancan dancers from here in the village.

If you fancy having a go pop down to the village hall on Monday the 12th May at 8pm to find out a little more. Or call Alison Mackie on 07725641000, e mail

It will be lot’s of fun and a good way of keeping fit too. Rehearsals will take place on Monday evenings between 8 and 9pm and you will need to be available on Saturday the 21st June.

Alison Mackie and Jen Beaumont

Junior Drama Workshops commencing 28th April

Christine Suddaby

The drama group are pleased to announce that they will be running a series of Junior Drama Workshops at the Village Hall on the following dates:

  • Monday, 28th April,
  • Mon, 12th May,
  • Mon, 2nd June, Mon, 16th Jun, Mon, 30th Jun,
  • Mon, 14th July.

The workshops will be held at 4.30pm to 6pm and are open to all children between the ages of 7 yrs to 14yrs.

A charge of £3 per child/£5 (for two or more children) will be payable.

Children do not have to sign up for all the dates.

We aim to teach the children the basics of stagecraft through speech, music and movement through fun and enjoyable activities.

The sessions will be run by Matt Suddaby (better known as the pantomime dame), Gerry Taylor & Jen Beaumont with additional help from adult drama group members.

For more information, please contact

Matt Suddaby: 07784 018680 or

Gerry Taylor: 07817 849556

We look forward to seeing lots of juniors attend

Bramham Drama Group


A weekend of celebrations for the "Tour de France"

Lin Tritschler

Image courtesey of

Le Grand Depart comes to Yorkshire and Bramham will be celebrating the event on the 21st and 22nd of June

In advance of the arrival of the Tour de France in Yorkshire, we are planning a weekend of activities with a French/Cycling theme, to celebrate this prestigious international event.

  • Sat June 21 at 7.00 pm NSPCC “French Evening” with 3 course meal, Accordionists, Can-Can dancers and “Allo Allo” performance from the Drama Group phone 844688 for tickets.
  • Sunday June22 Scarecrow Trail with refreshments provided by Yorkshire Countrywomen (see advert in the village news section)
  • Grand Bramham Picnic on the playing field— bring your rug, a picnic and garden games to share.
Thank you to all village groups and individuals who have already offered support

Any suggestions and help with a cycling/sports activity or anything else, would be very welcome.

Thanks you

Lin Tritschler

E mail Lin Tritschler or telephone Lin on 01937 842240

We very much hope that you all will come along and join in the celebrations.

Another successful NSPCC fundraiser

Lin Tritschler

Over 100 residents and friends came along to the village hall for the NSPCC 70’s quiz night and raised over £2000.

The event was organised by the the Bramham NSPCC, a small committee of residents. The guests enjoyed a delicious two course supper and were entertained by a “70’s style” quiz master.

If you are interested in joining the committee or just helping out at events please drop us an email. We always welcome new faces and new ideas.

Thank-you to everyone who supported the event and contributed to making it such a success

Bramham NSPCC fundraisers


Invitation to join 100 Club ... just £10 a year

Alison Mackie

Bramham Village Hall has been at the heart of village life for 100 years. The hall committee raises valuable funds every year for the running of the Village Hall. Money raised is used to maintain and improve the hall for the benefit of all users.

By joining the 100 Club you can help ensure Bramham Village Hall remains open as a resource for all residents in our community for another 100 years; as well as having a chance to win a cash prize.

The Bramham Village Hall 100 Club is a private lottery and is open to all Residents from Bramham Village and the surrounding area, their families and friends. As a private lottery you have to be invited to join, you will be allocated a number and your tickets are not transferable.

You have to be over 16 to join.

There are 4 draws per year for 50% of the annual income.  This is divided between 3 lucky winners with a top prize of £50. The draws will take place at the March, June, September December meetings of the Bramham Village Hall Management Committee.  

Membership is £10 per year per number by annual subscription payable in advance by downloading the standing order, cheque or cash.


Please download and fill in the application form with your details and return together with your payment to:

The Treasurer, Bramham Village Hall, Low Way, Bramham, Wetherby LS23 6QT.

Alternatively please complete the STANDING ORDER form and send to your bank.

On receipt of your application form or confirmation of your standing order you will be allocated your number(s) and issued with a copy of the Club rules.

Thank you

Bramham Village Hall Committee

Bramham Village Hall, Low Way, Bramham, Wetherby LS23 6QT

"You should put this show on at The Grand I'd happily pay £25 to see it"

Alison Mackie

To my cast and crew

So so proud of you ALL ….my vision for the show was brought to life by you all and it was 10 times better than I ever imagined. I wanted to share with everyone, everything you have achieved…..


  • We entertained 350 people over 3 nights… They laughed, they cried, they laughed some more
  • We had five new faces join our group, Stephen (photos), Chris (sound), Carinna (Make up) Suze (Chris) and Francesca (Bar) … Bringing lots of enthusiasm, skill and talent that has enabled us to continue to step up our game once again.
  • We’ve created a wonderful “alternative” village calendar
  • Bar profits in the region of £800 that will go to village hall restoration
  • 142 calendars sold in 3 days - £1136 in sales and all proceeds to the church
  • £616.35 in the buckets for the Leukemia and Lymphoma research
  • Made a contribution (hire fees) that will help towards the running of our village hall
  • We bought the new projector and screen for the village hall out of the calendar girls profits
  • We painted the stage wall that now looks really smart for all future events
  • And we will all take away some VERY happy memories

Audience Comments

  • Better than the one at the Grand
  • Put it on at the Grand I’d pay £25 to see that again
  • Best amateur production I have ever seen and I’ve seen a lot
  • Never been to am dram before because I thought it would be amateurish … How wrong was I it was as professional as the professionals
  • Want to come again tomorrow, could watch it again and again
  • The best night out I can ever remember, didn’t want it to end
  • And zillions, of brilliant, loved it, absolutely amazin, fantastic etc etc

Whether you had a leading role on stage, helped behind the bar, props, prompt, tickets, photography, lights  ….you contributed to this success. A huge thank-you to one and all. What a team!

Alison Mackie
Calendar Girls Director





The plot unfolded in Bramham Village Hall ... "Who Killed The Headmaster?"

Christine Suddaby

Members of the audience in 30’s costume.

The murder mystery was a great event that was held in the village hall on the 24th and 25th of May.

The cast played to an audience of 50 on Friday and a sell out audience on Saturday. It was great to see members of the audience in 30’s costume too. Thank-you to everyone who contributed to the success of the event and supported the show.

Bramham Drama Group

Easter Weekend at Bramham Village Hall

Christine Suddaby

Easter Sunday Celebration

Bramham Village Hall has hosted a weekend of village events dressed in a marquee that transformed the hall into a magical setting. 

On Easter Saturday Nicola and Stephen Finkle of Low Way in Bramham transformed the village hall into a marquee venue and celebrated their marriage with 150 family and friends.

Village Hall dressed in a marquee for the wedding

Alison Mackie ( a member of Bramham parish council) came up with an idea to use the marquee to create a village event. The bride and groom kindly agreed to offer their marquee facility to the village community groups to put on an Easter Sunday celebration. Lisa Revolta from Bramham Discoverers took up the challenge to organise the event and pulled together teams from the church, the village hall and the NSPCC to put on the event that included afternoon tea, easter egg hunt in the church yard, face painting, easter quiz and easter bonnet parade judged by Nick and Rachel Lane Fox.

Reverend Stanley Menzies from All Saints Church in Bramham commented, “It was so lovely to see a wonderful traditional family event take place in our local village hall and bring together our community to celebrate easter sunday”.

Local residents enjoying afternoon tea 

The Village Hall is used for many events and with its brand new toilets and excellent catering facilities it is fast becoming a very popular event facility and has bookings for most weekends throughout the year. For more information, or to enquire about booking the hall, please contact, or on 07432 330972.



Bramham raises funds for the NSPCC

Lin Tritschler

A very enjoyable and well attended ceilidh held recently in Bramham Village Hall, raised £1,132.62.

Music and calling was provided by Blackbeard’s Tea Party and committee members cooked a delicious two course supper. Our regular volunteer “kitchen assistants”, were also helped out by two Boston Spa 6th form students who are raising funds to allow them to take part in an overseas project.

Thanks to the generosity of our Bramham supporters, we have donated £2,259.36 to the NSPCC this year.

Thank you audience!

Alison Mackie

Saturday Matinee Audience

The pantomime was directed this year by Ben Strangeway and Jennifer Beaumont with a cast and crew of over 60 people who brought the story of Aladdin to life on stage in Bramham Village Hall.

The production rehearsals commence in September and the team dedicate an enormous amount of time to make Bramham Pantomime one of the most talked about village pantomimes with people travelling far and wide to come and enjoy the show. Big well done to everyone who once again put on a fabulous show.

If you missed the show or would like to watch it again … DVD’s are available for just £5. Please contact to order your copy. Or click here for a sneak preview!!