This book is a high quality paperback with 108 pages of text and many illustrations including colour photographs and maps. It details all aspects of the Township of Bramley and is written by leading local historian, Anthony Silson. It is the first new book on this subject in 15 years. The cost of the book…Details
Councillor Caroline Gruen (Chair of Friends of a War Memorial for Bramley and Norah Gibson laid a wreath and read dedications, including “Tribute to The Millions” at a socially distanced ceremony on Friday 8th May. There was a framed copy of the dedication (also shown in this post) and a lit candle to mark…Details
Message from Caroline Gruen, Chair of the Friends of Bramley War Memorial The Friends of Bramley War Memorial have reluctantly had to take the decision to cancel the planned event to honour the anniversary of VE Day on 8th May, due to the risks of the current Coronavirus pandemic. We are very sorry that we…Details
Thanks to Bramley History Society for discovering a photo of Broad Lane Council School World War One Memorial. This Memorial which unfortunately no longer seems to exists lists the names of 29 former scholars who died in World War One, they are all young – 18 to 24 years old with many aged 19. We…Details
The Memorial previously at St.Andrew’s Church, Rodley is now in the vestry at St.Peter’s Church, Hough Lane, Bramley.
Our Union Flag was flown today to mark the 75th Anniversary of D Day.
We remembered the two local men who died on D Day, the twelve who died in the weeks afterwards and D Day veteran Peter Paylor who died in 2016 and attended our Unveiling in 2014.