Upper Brailes, Lower Brailes & Surrounding Community - One Village.
Brailes Village Hall & Brailes Sports Pavilion
Hire either hall for Clubs & Events, see Diary & bookings.
To book call/email Lisa Bryan Tel: 01608 685 437 mobile: 07800 771368 email: email@example.com
Tractor Fire Lower Brailes, Holloway Hill, Friday 17th May.
The fire crew attending were from Stratford Upon Avon
Making us more aware of Fire Station closures the distances & area they now cover!!
BRAILES VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE
ON MONDAY 20 MAY 2013 AT 7.30PM
AT BRAILES VILLAGE HALL
We are especially looking for a Vice Chair or if you would just like to be part of the Management Committee and support this vital Village facility please come along or contact
CHRIS RIGHTON ON 01608 685345 / 07970 034972
Click on logo to visit the new Women’s Institute page
CSW Broadband Project Gets Results
Would You Like To Keep Bees?
A lot of people keep bees because they produce honey, one of the healthiest and most natural foods and one which has been valued by man since prehistory as a sweetener. Others keep bees because they are interested in the study of bees and of their habits; bees are fascinating creatures and there is always something new to learn about them. With no means of dealing with the varroa mite that is now present in all UK honey bee colonies, a feral honey bee nest is unlikely to remain viable for more than a couple of seasons. With the help of beekeepers it is only managed colonies that can survive to carry out the essential pollination our food crops. Beekeeping is an enjoyable open air hobby bringing you in contact with people from all walks of life. Bees can be kept by almost everyone except a very small minority who are allergic to bee stings. We can all, however, play our part in supporting the honeybee and other pollinating insects by planting bulbs, shrubs and trees in our gardens - especially varieties that flower early in the year.
Contact: Shipston Beekeepers 07850 352905
Monthly winter ordering is back in progress! Last winter the Brailes Oil Syndicate saved its members collectively over £17000!
Regular orders so join today.
Love Food Hate Waste and Save up to £50 per month!
In the UK we waste 7.2 million tonnes of food and drink every year just from our homes. Most of this could have been eaten if only we had managed it better, whether through:
GIRL GUIDES STARTING IN BRAILES
Meeting in the Pavilion 7.30 to 9.00 on Wednesdays term time. Any girls aged 10- 14 are welcome to join us. To get your name on the waiting list please call Tracy King on 07791 571266
"GARDENING TIPS AND ADVICE"
Dont forget to check out Stuart and Mick's tips all year long!
BRAILES GARDENING CLUB
We meet at 7.30 p.m. on the third Thursday in the month
Two coaches travelled from Warwick to Windsor in aid of 'Help for Heroes' and stopped at the George in Brailes for refreshments last Thursday morning at about 11.30. Quite a few locals turned out to see them.
STOUR VALLEY WILDLIFE ACTION GROUP
PLEASE NOTE NEW START TIME OF 9.15AM - DROP THE KIDS AT SCHOOL AND JOIN THE PARTY EARLY!
"DITCH THE WORKOUT AND JOIN THE PARTY"
The W C C Young People and Families Directorate are constantly trying new ways to recruit foster carers in order to meet the needs of children and young people who require support at different times in their lives.
Brailes History Group
Were you a member? Do you know anyone who was a member?
Brailes Old Photographs
Thanks you for finding and sending in these wonderful images of Brailes
Please send your images to
or old photos in person to Jane Bennett to be copied/scanned & returned. For us all to enjoy Brailes & its past. Look at all our old pictures can you help us find more to add to this site? Brailes Old Photos
Lower Brailes, Upper Brailes, Winderton, Sutton under Brailes, Shutford, Cherrington, Stourton, Aylesmore
Shortage of available allotments
Interested in a shared allotment?
Since the recession allotments around the country are in demand again and now have very long waiting lists, or is it the healthier life style? why not share an allotment?
Go to Allotments Click here