Don’t miss the pumpkin trail – starting from the Peace Memorial Hall, follow the short, mapped route round the village to find the pumpkins and their secrets, then return to the hall to claim your prize and enjoy the refreshments and activities to finish off the evening!
Vote for your favourite park and help to pick the UK’s People’s Choice award.
Because we all know how much parks mean to people, the annual People’s Choice award is now open – giving the public a chance to vote for their favourite Green Flag Award park.
The vote is open now and closes at noon on 30 September. To vote for North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust recreation ground simply go to:-
The Green Flag Award® scheme is the benchmark national standard for parks and green spaces in the UK.
It was first launched in 1996 to recognise and reward the best green spaces in the country. The first awards were given in 1997 and, many years later, it continues to provide the benchmark against which our parks and green spaces are measured. It is also seen as a way of encouraging others to achieve high environmental standards, setting a benchmark of excellence in recreational green areas.
Green Flag Community Award®
The Green Flag Community Award® is a national award that recognises high quality green spaces in the UK that are managed by voluntary and community groups. The Award is part of the Green Flag Award® scheme, the national standard for quality parks and green spaces.
The scheme realises that all green spaces are different so each site is judged on its own merits and suitability to the community it serves. Awards are given on an annual basis and winners must apply each year to renew their Community Award status.
All community green spaces are eligible to enter, as long as they are freely accessible to all.
Many thanks to all who came along, £90 was made for hall funds!
This is a very special Rural Arts event with a strand for young people via the school & drop in workshops for the over 50’s. The whole project will culminate in a concert to be held in St Nicholas Church in November. North Bradley is one of only five villages chosen to take part in England!
The last music workshops will take place next Tuesday as part of the Little Radio/Rural Arts project, your last chance to join in if you haven’t already done so! The actual performance will be on Thursday 12th November in St Nicholas Church. It has been agreed that all performing children may have a free ticket, provided they are accompanied by a fee paying adult and that all performing adults will need to pay only £4.50 for their tickets. The promoters 20% of profits from ticket sales will be split between the Church, the halls and the school. Enquiries – 01225 765644 or contact us via – https://northbradleypeacememorialhall.wordpress.com/