Bramhall Village Club

17 Dec 2014

Take a short walk (or an even shorter drive) up Lumb Lane and you will discover Bramhall’s hidden gem – The Bramhall Village Club.

Owned and run by its members, the Village Club boasts 5 thriving sections as well as being home to Mountfield Rovers Junior Football Club (girls and boys teams, U8 – U18s) and the renowned Bramhall School of Dance.

The annual subscription is just £24 pp and this offers access to all sections of the Club.

The sections cover a wide range of interests and activity levels:

Bridge – duplicate bridge tournaments are played on Wednesday and Friday evenings, as well as alternate Saturday evenings. The club is affiliated to the EBU and Manchester County Bridge Association.

Indoor bowls –playing a short mat indoor bowls format, the section holds 2 social sessions per week in the summer season and 3 per week during the winter. They enter 3 teams in the Stockport Metro Indoor Bowls League, but hold a lot of social events for members as well.

The Art section meets weekly on Wednesday mornings for painting, demonstrations and workshops. The annual Exhibition, held in April, is a popular local event.

The Photographic section encompasses all aspects of photography. The section meets on Monday evenings and includes outside speakers, competitions as well as advice and guidance on photography. Additionally, on Thursdays, sessions are run for those interested in digital techniques. Again, there is an annual exhibition of work, held in autumn.

Badminton – club nights are held every Sunday, with team play on Monday. The section has a team playing in the 2nd Division of the Stockport and District Badminton League.

The Village Club has a variety of excellent rooms for rent, offering space for groups up to 150 people. It provides a regular meeting venue for several Probus groups, Tumble Tots, Towns Women’s Guild, U3A and a Pilates group. The Club offers full disabled access with 2 disabled toilets and a stair lift to the upstairs rooms, as well as a spacious car park on site.

Two thirds of the way through a major refurbishment plan, the premises are ideal for local residents, looking for a group to join on their doorstep or for associations, groups and even individuals, looking for a one off venue or a more regular place to meet. Don’t forget – sectional affiliation offers preferential rental rates.

The club has a website: with links to the current sections and other contact details, but please call the Chairman: Ross Worthington or Booking Secretary: Peter Gary for a chat or to discuss your requirements.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Bramhall Village Club soon!!






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