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Bramley Challenge celebrates local talent and skills

Get involved in the Bramley Challenge – a chance to share skills and celebrate local talent with something you have made.

Bramley Challenge is a chance to show traditional skills and it’s a great fundraiser for local charity Bramley Elderly Action.

Bramley Challenge 2016 will be at Bramley Lawn (off Rossefield Approach) Saturday, 1 October 2016. The work entered goes on display for the public to enjoy from 12-3.

Bramley Challenge – categories

You can enter in any of the following categories:

  • Art (open)
  • Baking (open)
  • Knitting (open)
  • Stitchwork (open)
  • Beadwork (open)
  • Poetry (open)
  • Photography (any size prints)
  • Jam/marmalade
  • Pickles/chutney

Entering Bramley Challenge

You can put in up to six entries. It’s 50p per entry – money raised supports BEA’s work.  Return your entry form by 31 August – you can use the online form here.

Bramley Lawn
Bramley Lawn

Half term at Bramley Lawn

Half term’s a great time for grandparents to get together with their grandchildren. Bramley Lawn is holding two activities during half term that give you a chance to try something new and have plenty of fun together.

Bring yourself, your grandchildren or your kids along to learn the ukelele, sing-along to the Jungle Book on our cinema screen, or fill your belly with lovely Italian treats cooked for our birthday Restaurant Night.

Ukes at the Lawn (beginners)

Tuesday 16 February, 11.00-12.00 (£2.00 per person).
After one hour, you’ll be playing a tune – and before you know it, you’re George Formby II. You can borrow a ukelele from us, bring your own, or use our button-press ukeleles designed to make it easier to change chord, and especially good if you have trouble with manual dexterity. Bring everyone, this is an all-ages, and very fun session for beginners.
Ukeleles provided but we’ll have a limited number so if you want to bring your own please do.
Please reserve a seat – email catherine.bramleylawn@gmail.com or phone 0113 236 1644

Sing-Along-Jungle Book (U)

Thursday 18 February, 1.30-3.30. (Free, donations welcome).
Forget the February rain, we’re curling up indoors with blankets and hot chocolate for a right good sing-along to the Jungle Book on our big cinema screen. With subtitles and large text song sheets so you can really sing along as these hip cats roam the jungle!
This screening is dementia friendly, and all ages are welcome – so bring the family!
Please reserve a seat – email catherine.bramleylawn@gmail.com or phone 0113 236 1644

Restaurant Night at Bramley Lawn

Saturday 21 February, from 6.00 (Pay what you decide on the night)
Oh what a night! It will be! Join us for a two-course feast, great company, shared tables and some special birthday fun. It’s a year since we started the themed restaurant nights, so we’re returning to our Italian roots to celebrate.
All ages welcome. Let us know if you’re bringing a baby so we can accommodate you.
Please book. Pay what you decide on the night. For more information Please reserve a seat – to book, or for more information, please email catherine.bramleylawn@gmail.com or phone 0113 236 1644.



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