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North Bradley Village Christmas

village-xmas-poster-2016-docx-page-001The Peace Memorial Trust are finding the stallholders & attractions for this exciting new idea for village collaboration.  The booking fees will be kept by the Trust for site improvements.  20 stalls are booked in already:-

The friends of North Bradley School

Willows pre-school

Lydia Porter – gingerbread & confectionery

Emma Boyes –

Marylyn Cortilla – jam, chutney, cookies & handcrafts

Katy Tiley – Forever Living

Kerrie Thompson – Smallprint keepsake jewellery

Bev Viveash – handmade cards, knitting & gifts

Rio Pike – face painting & glitter tatoos

Yuukari Mori – Christmas crafts, wreaths & cupcakes – also Japanese choir singing at 6 pm

Kimberly Bolwell – wax melts & gift sets

Thanks to funding from North Bradley Youth Club – Bounce-a-Roo’s disco dome


100 Club

The  100 club raises iro £500 per year for the Peace Memorial Trust towards maintenance or new equipment as required, do consider joining ready for next year.  Coming to the Christmas party is your ideal opportunity!


Christmas Market

christmas-bingo-poster-16-page-001We are taking bookings now for our annual Christmas Market, £10 per table (supplied) + a raffle prize.


Christmas bingo

Christmas bingo poster  15-page-001free entry, doors open 7.00 pm, all welcome!


Barry’s Christmas Family Bingo

Friday 28th November – Barry’s Christmas Family Bingo – doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.  Free entry, all welcome (no unaccompanied children, please), refreshments, raffle.  All profits to North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust funds for site maintenance & improvements.

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Prizes for this event provided by:

The Co-op, Westbury –

Morrisons, Westbury –

Tesco, Trowbridge –

Trowbridge Garden Centre –

Whitehall Garden Centre –

Acheson & Acheson –

LF Beauty Ltd –

The Longs Arms, Yarnbrook –

The Farmhouse Inn, Southwick –

The Rising Sun, North Bradley – – very sorry to hear of their  recent misfortune

Chandlers Coaches –

Click Clark photography –

Spa & Co –

North Bradley Computer Club –

and also thanks to committee members and other Friends who have kindly made donations.




A Victorian Christmas

Please join us for ”A Victorian Christmas”, our Rural Arts Touring event
on Saturday  29th November, doors open at 7.00 for a 7.30pm start.
 ”A Victorian Christmas is a fun and festive celebration of the Yuletide our ancestors would have known. Acclaimed historical entertainment company
Blast From The Past invite you to join them for an evening of music, song, stories and drama from the time of Dickens and Hardy. A Victorian Christmas
is a show guaranteed to delight and enthrall audiences from young to old.”
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A Victorian Christmas is a festive exploration of the Yuletide our ancestors would have known. Acclaimed historical theatre company Blast From The Past invite you to join them for an evening of music, song, stories and drama from the time of Dickens and Hardy. All cast members perform in full Victorian dress with authentic musical instruments and props.
Featuring the musical talents of Chris Green and Jude Rees as well as Sophie Matthews the show includes all of the well-known Victorian carols such as ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’, ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen’ and ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’. Song-sheets are provided for the audience to join in and there are also some more obscure but no less beautiful festive songs from the English folk tradition, some of which have not been heard in over 100 years and have been painstakingly researched by the cast.
The show also contains a Christmas Mummer’s Play (one of the forerunners of pantomime) featuring a battle between St George and the villanous Turkish Knight, presided over by Father Christmas himself (dressed in green robes, as would have been the case in Victorian England!)
Finally, internationally-acclaimed storyteller Andy Jennings unfolds the mediaeval tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Written by an anonymous poet in the 14th century, it was lost for centuries before its rediscovery in a private library at the start of the Victorian era. Set at the court of King Arthur over Christmas, its themes of quest and romance proved a hit with Victorian audiences and in Andy’s hands it will thrill and delight modern audiences as well!

‘A Victorian Christmas’ is a fast-moving, warm-hearted show that will appeal to audiences of all ages looking to recapture the true spirit of Christmas.

Entry price – £7 adults, £6 conc, £4.50 child – 20% of ticket sales are donated back to hall funds 
Box office –  01225 765644  – or:-

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