Bramhall Festival 2015

4 Mar 2015

The Village Goes Vintage for the 2015 Bramhall Festival 12th -14th June

Following last year’s hugely successful ‘Brazilian Carnival’, the Bramhall Together Trust have decided that the 2015 Bramhall Festival will be a nostalgic one, with a “Step Back In Time” theme promising to bring a touch of vintage style to the village this Summer.

With a range of events aimed at everyone from the youngest children to the area’s senior citizens, the festival will be completely inclusive, cementing its place as the focal point in Bramhall’s calendar of events.

Once again, the Festival will be launched with a free tea party for Bramhall’s senior citizens on Friday 12th. Last year it was held under canvas at Hillbrook Grange Gardens but for 2015 the weather is being removed from the equation and the event will be held in St Michael’s Church Hall.

Another popular festival event is the Fun Run which takes place on Saturday Morning. The enthusiastic participants span the generations – indeed many families not only run together but they have been known to bring the dogs along for a bit of exercise too!

The highlight of the weekend is always the Parade which will take place at 11am on Saturday 13th. Last year’s Festival Cup – not to mention a cheque for £200 – was presented to 1st Bramhall Scouts who impressed the crowds by ‘water skiing’ down Bramhall Lane South!

Over Saturday and Sunday Bramhall will enter a time warp, as a Vintage Market & Vinyl Record Fair takes place in the Village Square. Running alongside this will be a fairground for the children and a pop-up bar  – run by Napa, a popular restaurant in Bramhall – for the mum and dads.

The Bramhall Together Trust are a group of volunteers who commit a great deal of time and effort into organising events such as this, along with other local showpieces such as Bramhall’s Got Talent and Light Up Bramhall. Vice-Chair Wendy Green expresses her delight at how the village is pulling together to help make the Festival better than ever, “We’ve already received invaluable support from so many people” she explains, “Bramhall Conservative Councillors have donated £1,500 from the area flexibility fund; BMW are sponsoring the parade; Hydraulic & Gas Services are sponsoring the Fun Run and Himor, the owners of the Village Square, are providing the Parade prize.”

Wendy also points out that there is still ample time for everyone to get involved. Whether you would like to take part in the Parade, have a stall within the Vintage Market or just help on the day.

To find out more please contact [email protected]

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