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Canterbury Tales


Open air event weather permitting but will be held in the hall if wet.

Ticket prices –  £10 adult, £8 concession, £6 child & £28 family – 30% is donated back to our hall funds so please do try to support this event!  Pay on the day or book online

The Canterbury Tales



Fete & dog show 2016

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  1. -Jordan Daykin – opening & mingling
  2. – PA & live broadcasting
  3. – Trowbridge Majorettes – display
  4. – – Stagecoach – display
  5. – Maria Gonzalez – stall & display
  6. – ALW Dance – stall & display
  7. – North Bradley School – Glee Club – display
  8. – Vets for Pets in Pets at Home – Novelty dog show
  9. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s outside stalls with the lucky dip, chocolate tombola & other games + beanie babies stall
  10. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s BBQ
  11. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s beer tent
  12. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s cream teas in the hall
  13. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s pre-loved bookstall in the hall
  14. North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust’s raffle
  15. – Bouncy Castle – Mark Carter
  16. Mr Withey’s Ice Cream
  17. Les Benham – tradiditional roundabout
  18. Chair-a-plane – Jason Day
  19. Jenna Lang – Slush stall & tin can alley
  20. Carol Allen – children’s train ride
  21. Candyfloss & More – traditional sweets
  22. Vick Lee – hook-a-duck & test of strength games
  23. James Jennings – bungee trampoline & zorb balls
  24. -Beck Garratt – Unity Oneness jewelry  & crystals
  25. – Katy Tiley – Forever Living
  26. Angela Leach & Julie Mallon – JACI – tombola & lucky dip
  27. Sylvia Williams – Nappy cakes & pamper gifts
  28. – Rosie Humphrey – Rosie’s relish & pickles
  29. – Ann Peirce – Bath Cancer Support Group – bags, jewellry etc
  30. – Emma Powell – Usbourne Books
  31. – Emma Bridges & Brad McKee – reptile handling
  32. – Rio Pike – Be Beautiful – face painting & glitter tattoos
  33. Julia Rogers – Willow Cottage Plants
  34. Katie-Lou’s Diamond Jewels – handmade jewellery
  35. Denise Hill – prints, coasters & cards
  36. North Bradley Ladies Group – cakes
  37. Marilyn Cortilla – Jams, marmalade’s, home baking etc
  38. – Caroline Morris – Avon
  39. Stacey Newton – toy stall
  40.  –  Rachael McDonald – ceramics & cards
  41. – – Becky Bertenshaw – fairy houses
  42. – Tanya Goodhead – Scrabble & button products & jewellery
  43. Linda Lewis – clothes & crafts
  44. North Bradley WI – cakes & plants
  45. North Bradley School – a variety of games
  46. North Bradley Art group – display, cards & demonstrations
  47. Willows pre-school – crafts
  48. North Bradley toddler group – teddy bear tombola
  49. Emma Smith – crafts & hand painted
  50. – Sue Hart – gifts & knits
  51. Tom Smith  – angry birds / minions dart game
  52. Emily Hudd – baby and toddler blankets, quilts, hair bits etc
  53. – Emma Boyes – crafts  including jewellery, hair bands and clips, badges, bespoke pieces of wall art, clocks etc

Many thanks to Vets 4 Pets for organising our dog show again this year!

Dog show classes:-

  • Prettiest Bitch
  • Handsomest Dog
  • Cutest Puppy (3 months to 1 Year)
  • Junior handler (children aged 8-12 years old)
  • Veteran 7+
  • Best Rescue
  • BEST IN SHOW (free class for all the 1st placed contestants in each class above)Rosettes will be given for 1st to 6th place with the best in show class having a winner and runner up.
    Entries taken from 11 am till 11.45 (for first classes) and first class will start at 12 noon
    £2 per dog per class


Bratton Silver Band commemorative concert

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A commemorative WWI concert, to include popular marches and songs from the era, and readings telling the story of the WW1, from recruiting and leave, poetry and what it was like to drive a tank.

Opportunities to sing old songs, parody hymns, national favourites and flag wave will be included.

See you there!  This event will be held outside if the weather is sufficiently fine.  Teas available in the interval or BYO alcohol.




Colonel Bogey                                                                          K J Alford

Reading: If WW1 was a bar fight

Florentiner March                                                                    J Fucik

Reading: The Soldiers Enlist

Katie Morter – Civilian, Manchester

K-K-K Katy                                                                                G O’Hara                

I wonder who’s kissing her now                                            Hough, Adams and Howard

arr G McKenzie

Reading: Camping with the boys

                Charles Carrington, Junior Officer, Royal Warwickshire regiment

Parody Songs

Reading: Tanks!

                Horace Leslie Birks Officer, Tank Corps – Attack on St Julien

Florrie Forde’s favourites                                                       R S Stoddon


Stars & Stripes Forever                                                          Sousa

Reading: Christmas Truce

Maryport Private

Over there                                                                                 G M Cohan

Reading: On Leave

Charles Carrington, Junior Officer, Royal Warwickshire regiment

Roses of Picardy                                                                      H Wood

                                                                                                   arr T Clark

Readings :  War Poems

Last Post and Minute’s Silence

Pomp & Circumstance                                                            E Elgar

Hymn: O Valiant Hearts

In Perfect Peace                                                                       K Downie

National Anthem


Do join us on Saturday  8th February at 7.30pm for our Rural Arts event – the very popular Buffalo Gals!  20% of ticket sales will be donated back to the Peace Memorial Trust funds for maintenance and improvements to facilities.

Tickets – £7 adult/£6 concessions

Reservations – 01225 765644

”Champion Maryland fiddler Kate Lissauer leads this six piece old-time string band, bringing music and fun wherever it goes.

The music is derived from traditional roots music of southern America. The ensemble of fiddle, banjo, guitar, ukulele, bass, and “stepatune”, uses lively and soulful tunes, delicious harmonies, flamboyant percussive step-dance, and warm, engaging humour to entertain and delight audiences of all ages.”

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