Marsha Jones, licensee of The Black Lion, Broad Lane, Bramley is running the Leeds 10K on Sunday July 9th to raise funds for our forthcoming Peace Garden. Marsha, staff and customers have already held at least four fundraising events and bucket collections, the latest being £54.00 raised this month. Marsha has a “Just Giving” page and…Details
On 28th May, a Flag Event was held to remember Alfred Latto, who died on the same day in 1940. We flew the Light Dragoon Guards Regimental Flag in memory of this brave young man, this is the third year we have remembered Alfred. On June 6th, we remembered Sword Beach, D Day Veteran Peter…Details
We are sad to report that Ted Hanley, one of the founder members of Friends for a Bramley War Memorial died on Monday, 29th May, aged 71. Ted was a Councillor for Bramley until 2015 and will be sadly missed, his Company is named on the Sponsor’s Plaque in the Memorial surrounds. He worked hard…Details
We are pleased to report that following research from our historians and information from friends and family, four new names will be added in the next few weeks, taking the total number of fallen to 745. The new names are: 458453 Private Arthur Hedon Dawson Aged 36 Vimy Memorial Remembered in St.Peter’s Churchyard Last New…Details
We are sad to report that Marion North passed away on Wednesday 8th March, 2017.
Marion was an original member of the Committee of Friends of a War Memorial for Bramley and also Bramley History Society.
Marion is pictured here withh the original Archivist, the late Brian Crowther.
She will be missed.
The War and Remembered Graves team are now entering their third year of work in Bramley Baptist Churchyard, looking after over 80 graves. The work is both illustrated and documented in the “War and Remembered Graves Cleanup and History” page of this Website which is regularly updated. We are pleased to report that Ian Johnstone…Details
On Tuesday 6th June 2017 we will be flying our Union Flag to commemorate Peter Paylor, who passed away towards the end of last year. Peter was a D Day veteran who attended the Unveiling of Bramley War Memorial in 2014 at the age of 91 and laid a wreath in remembrance of those lost…Details