For details of additional events (e.g. Fish & Chip supper nights, art classes, short mat bowls, youth club...) organised by the Jubilee Hall Management Committee or held in the Jubilee Hall, please visit: www.brattonjubileehall.info
A traditional country pub which is the cornerstone of the Bratton community – with a range of events throughout the month. These include a monthly Lunch Club for older residents of Bratton and the surrounding areas, monthly coffee mornings, book club meetings and various charity fundraising events.
The menu consists of classic pub dishes as well as some less traditional, home-made burgers, and weekly specials. There are also plenty of options for those that require gluten free, or any other dietary requirement we are happy to cater for all.
Saturday, 8th April Church Institute 5.40pm for 6.00pm
Lt Col (Retd) Jim Condon will present “Musing on Medals”, a talk about various aspects of medals including: the historical evolution of some medals, gallantry and the OBE, World War I and other campaign medals, recent changes and Long Service awards. Jim Condon’s knowledge of medals is immense and through his continuing research he has considerable and fascinating knowledge of the backgrounds to their awards and presentation.
As usual, this talk is open to all, not just RBL members and entry is by donation to the Poppy Appeal, with £5 suggested.
All donations will go to The Poppy Appeal.
09 04 2017
Bratton History Association Meeting (Monthly)
Sunday, 9th April The Church Institute @ 4.00 pm
The talk will be given by BRIAN WOODRUFFE and the subject of the lecture will be STAINED GLASS IN WILTSHIRE CHURCHES
Good Friday, 14th April Bratton Church Institute from 10.00am
We will again be carrying a cross to the top of Picquet Hill. It is a time of reflection and worship, as we remember the events that culminated in Jesus' crucifixion. In 2016 nearly 100 adults, young people and children, together with many dogs took part. Please consider joining us this year. We will meet at Bratton Church Institute, Tynings Lane, from 10.00 a.m. for coffee and hot cross buns, before starting out at 10.30 a.m.
If you would like to be part of the Pilgrimage but are unable to walk to the top of the hill, please contact Ian Humphrey on 01380 830149, who will arrange transport for you.