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Download the Scarecrow Book ...

Alison Mackie


The first scarecrow trail in Bramham took place on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd June and Lin Tritschler (organiser) is to be congratulated on a wonderful idea and success of the event

An online flipbook has now been created to include photographs of all the wonderful creations. The gardens in the village looked beautiful and residents and village groups all contributed by creating a vicar, the queen and her corgy, cancan dancers, window cleaner, cyclists on yellow bikes, onion sellers, fairytale characters, a teacher and many more.

Big thank you to Neil Ferres who has put the book together and thank you to Catherine Harrison, Andrew Pollard, Tess Ferris, Margaret Morgan, Sandra Haddon and Ernest Nichols for sending your lovely photos

Huge thank you to all residents who contributed to this wonderful village event

Click here to download the book

Bramham Parish Council

Bramham's very own scarecrow trail ....Sunday 22nd June 2014

Lin Tritschler

Le Grand Depart Bramham Celebrates with a SCARECROW TRAIL on Sunday 22nd June

We are looking forward to lots of homes creating a trail of scarecrows around the village for everyone to enjoy

ANYTHING GOES- A French Theme, A Cycling theme, A Yorkshire Theme. BE CREATIVE

All you need to do is, make a scarecrow, stick it in your garden, by your front door or any prominent position any day in the couple of weeks leading up to the big event ……it’s as easy (and as much fun) as that.

For more ideas about how to make your scarecrow, look on the following websites

Thank you to the Yorkshire Countrywomen for their offer to serve refreshments on the day.

On behalf of Bramham NSPCC

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


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.