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Thank you to this issue’s Sponsor

Green Directions (see centre pages 20-21)

The Road Project ...


After … and it only took three years! Please send notices and articles to: Mrs Evelyn Cauwood, 30 Chase Road, Loxley, Sheffield S6 6RA Tel: (0114) 234 3385 :: email: Deadline for next Newsletter :: Friday 15th July 2011 (August to November issue) See our Web Site for what’s on weekly, monthly and Special Events through the year: The Bradfield Hall Management Committee does not endorse comments made in articles or statements made by advertisers. 2


OVER 60’s PARTY For many years Bradfield Village Hall has provided an evening of entertainment for the local community along with a meal usually in early December. The last couple of years have seen inclement weather around that time of year which has probably caused a reduction of the community willing to turn out in such conditions. It has been suggested that it may be more practical to run a similar event during the summer in order to attract more of the local community when the weather is more favourable. Or another suggestion has been that instead of a party, would you fancy a summer coach trip? However, before making a decision we are asking for your reaction and comments on this matter and suggest that you contact us by E-mail at: Telephone on: (0114) 285 1227 Or speak to any member of the village hall committee

THE BRADFIELD DANCE The Dance was re-started on 19th March and will continue as before on the next to last Saturday of the month. The M.C. in charge of music, etc., will be Clive Smith. The Bradfield Village Hall Committee hope for the continued success of this activity. 3

ST. NICHOLAS’ CHURCH, BRADFIELD Sunday worship every week at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. All welcome


17th April PALM SUNDAY Services at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.

22nd April GOOD FRIDAY :: 2.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. Quiet Meditation :: 7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer

24th April EASTER SUNDAY Services at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.


Easter Monday 25th April 10.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. and Tuesday 26th April 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. ART and CRAFT FAIR in Church and Village Hall Free Admission E-mail: or 12th June WHIT SUNDAY 10.30 a.m. Holy Communion 6.30 p.m. Choral Evensong Saturday 25th June to Saturday 2nd July BRADFIELD FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 2011 Publicity Leaflets available at Postcard CafĂŠ & Post Office, Low Bradfield. Tel: 234 1209 or 285 1473 Website: (see also page 36) For any enquiries concerning baptisms, weddings or other matters, please contact the Rector, the Revd Alan Isaacson (0114) 285 1225 e-mail: The church is usually open every day 9.-00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (or dusk if sooner) 5


Programmes for our events for the whole year are now available Our year of events started on Monday 7th March with the Annual General Meeting followed by a speaker. Monday 4th April will be “The origins of Derbyshire Place Names” with Roy Yates. Monday 16th May will see Suzanne Bingham giving an illustrated talk “Pox, Pus & Priveys” Monday 6th June will see Pat McGloughlin giving an illustrated talk “Churches & Faith Sites in South Yorkshire” Monday 4th June will see Jane Sharpe giving an illustrated talk on “The Work of Support Dogs”. We will also be taking part in Sheffield Environment Weeks events which take place throughout the month of May: full details nearer the time when the programmes are available.

BRADFIELD WALKERS ARE WELCOME (see page 22) A full programme of walks is now available for 2011 and a website has been set up under: where more details can be found 6

NEW CD TRANSCRIPTION During 2010 we have been busy transcribing the burial records of Loxley Congregational Chapel. The transcription covers over 5000 burials in the “Old Part” of the graveyard. The CD is now available from myself at £5 per copy and is suitable for use on most computers. Also plans for the area covered are available at a small cost.

BRADFIELD PARISH ARCHIVES/ FAMILY HISTORY CENTRE The archives will be open on Sunday 8th May from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. in addition to the normal Thursday open days. The majority of our old archives are now available to research on-line and can be viewed at We are now well under way with cataloguing these documents which should now make researching family names and locations easier when reading the documents.


Friday 8th April 7.00 p.m.


Saturday 9th April 3.00 p.m.

Megamind (PG) Sunday 1st May 3.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Godfather I & II Double Bill (15) Must book in advance

Friday 20th May 7.00 p.m.


Sunday 22nd May 3.00 p.m.


HOW TO JOIN BRADFLIX All you need to do is turn up to a film, fill in the form and pay the relevant fee. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: Adult—£25.00 Students / OAP’s—£18.00  Under 16’s—£10 (associated adult ticket required: (U16 on 1st Jan.))

Family—£50.00 (2 adults, children U16 free)

DAY MEMBERSHIP (one price only): £4.00 per film

Refreshments (popcorn, sweets, ice cream, etc.) and licensed bar available MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to know more please feel free to ask Jim Muirhead or James Powell or visit the web site


Joanna Warwick HPC REGISTERED CHIROPODIST 16 Eden Drive, Loxley, S6 6TE Tel: 07 912 884 179 Evening & Saturday appointments available Convenient Parking—Disabled Access Westfield/Simply Health (Formerly HAS) Approved

Foot Spa

Foot Massage

In-growing toe nails

Verruca Treatments

Fungal Nail Treatments

Callous & Corn Removal

Optional Extra at a small cost … Nail Paint 10% OFF YOUR 1st VISIT WITH THIS NOTICE


:: Reflexology :: Reiki :: :: Holistic Facial :: By Lisa Naylor In the comfort of your own home For more information Call Lisa on (0114) 285 1814 A summer sight on the village’s roads

The Road Project


―Show of Hands‖ Star to Play at Bradfield One of the founder members of the folk “super group” Show of Hands, Phil Beer, has agreed to perform at the Village Hall in Low Bradfield on Monday 23rd May 2011. The group, who filled both the Plug and Sheffield Cathedral in 2010 are West Country based but with both Phil and Steve Knightly undertaking solo tours, we are fortunate that Phil has been able to schedule in this gig. Phil is one of the most popular ambassadors for acoustic roots music. A dazzling instrumentalist, he is perhaps best known as a top flight fiddler and plays in the all-star line-up, Feast of Fiddles, plus being one half of the folk super group Show of Hands. But his skills don’t stop there, he also plays slide, Spanish and tenor guitar, mandocello, viola, mandolin and South American cuatro, not to mention contributing rich vocals. Tickets will cost just £12.00 and are available either from the Postcard Café in Low Bradfield, or by contacting Steve Dennis on 0781 7370 422.

The Road Project


SEASONS By Keith Willmott of Stannington Cold and frosty, rain and snow Will this winter ever go Gale force winds blow down the Dale accompanied with snow and hail

But very soon around the dams The fields abound with new spring lambs Daffodils bloom o’er fields and hills We soon forget old winter’s chills

Off the bus, o’er bridge and stream you’d never know that winter’s been Warm sun shines down on the cricket Oh dear, there goes another wicket

Families picnic altogether Enjoying lovely summer weather So let’s enjoy it whilst we may For Autumn soon is on it’s way

Leaves of Gold and Green will fall To herald winter’s early call Wake up to frost on window pane Another winter’s here again

A summer sight on the village’s roads

LES NAYLOR LOCAL HANDYMAN (trustworthy senior tradesman) NO JOB TOO SMALL—INSIDE OR OUT PLEASE CALL Tel: (0114) 233 1008 Mob: 0778 6285 601 13

BRADFIELD IN BLOOM ―YORKSHIRE IN BLOOM‖ SPRING JUDGING 2011 Both High and Low Bradfield will be judged on 8th April at 2.00 p.m. The ‘Bradfield in Bloom’ group invite all the community, visitors and friends to attend at the Bradfield Village Hall. See what the ‘Bradfield in Bloom’ group have been doing over the last 12 months in the community. And what projects we have planned for the future. What environmental and conservation issues would you like to see the ‘Bradfield in Bloom’ group working on? Would you like to join us? ****

If you have any floral displays then please place them outside your property for the judging day .


Saturday 19th March 2011 “Bradfield in Bloom” manned the kitchen supplying tea, coffee, bacon sarnies, home made soup, buns and cakes all day. We raised approximately £300 all of which will be spent on bulbs and plants for the village. 

For the future it is proposed to allow bona fide charities to supply the refreshments at the Farmers Markets. They will have to supply their own staff and take on the responsibility for conforming with the health and safety regulations, etc. To book a date and get full details contact:


Lynn on 285 1227 or e-mail:

 In the Autumn members of Bradfield in Bloom joined other local people to learn how

to make decorations at a willow making workshop held by Rachel Poole .

Evelyn tackling a willow ring

Helen making a willow heart

Sue demonstrating the first steps in making a star:

In November Bradfield in Bloom had a stall at the Christmas Fair in the Village Hall. They used this to raise funds for by selling:  Raffle tickets with a hamper as first prize, box of biscuits as second prize and a planter as third prize. We also sold cards and calendars produced from photos taken by members of the group.  Christmas decorations (stars and wreaths) made out of willow.

 Sue manning the stall and demonstrating the art of willow making  Hazel’s planters, also made out of willow and planted with spring bulbs ,

winter flowering pansies and primulas:


Bradfield in Bloom would like to encourage you to enter your front garden/floral display in the Sheffield in Bloom 2011 Lord Mayor’s Awards. Last year three gardens and the school received an award. Please complete the form overleaf. All entrants will receive an award (from gold to merit) and will be invited to the Lord Mayor’s award presentation ceremony in the Town Hall in July. The Lord Mayor’s Awards is a Sheffield-wide competition which starts around May each year and finishes in July. It offers all community groups, schools, businesses and local residents the opportunity to put forward their green spaces, gardens or community areas to win recognition for their part in making the city an attractive place in which to live and work. The initial judging is carried out by representatives from our Parks and Countryside team, Street Force or a horticultural specialist and every entrant will receive a visit. The Lord Mayor will then visit all the short-listed entrants and allocate the awards. There are eight categories and everyone has a chance of winning one of five class of awards: Gold, Silver Gilt, Silver, Bronze or merit within each category. The winners of the awards will be presented with plaques and certificates at a special ceremony in the Town Hall. For more information, please call 0114 273 6895 or email


SHEFFIELD IN BLOOM – LORD MAYOR’S AWARDS 2011 Please complete this application form to enter your green space, whether it is an allotment, a garden, school or even a small window box. It is completely free to enter and all entrants will be invited to the Lord Mayor’s award presentation ceremony. 

Fill in this form for the category you want to enter Today and post to address given below

Initial judging takes place Mid-June. You will be contacted

Lord Mayor visits short listed entries Early

July. You will be contacted Lord Mayor’s Award Ceremony at the Town Hall 13 July. You will

receive an invitation …………………………………………………………………………………………… APPLICATION FORM (please tick appropriate category) BUSINESS AWARDS  Public House, Café or Bar  Business Premises or hotel  Retail display INDIVIDUAL AWARDS  Private garden or balcony visible from the street COMMUNITY AWARDS  Community garden  Places of Worship SCHOOL AWARDS  New Garden  Existing Garden  Container/hanging basket All categories are for outdoor planting and floral displays. Unfortunately artificial displays will not be considered ALLOTMENT AWARDS  Rose Bowl (Best Allotment)  Eric Stanley Award (Greenhouses and Polytunnels) ENTRY DETAILS: Contact Name: ……………………………………………………………………… Organisation (if applicable): ………………………………………………………. Address: …………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………… Post Code: ……………….. Tel: …………………………………… Email: ……………………………………. Return this form to Deirdre Pashley, Sheffield City Council, 2nd Floor Yorkshire House, 66 Leopold Street, Sheffield S1 3RT by 13 May 2011. For more information, please call 0114 2736895 or Email 18

Garden Jobs for April by Gertie Greenthumb

April is the month where Spring should be fully sprung in your garden! The soil is warming up but there is still a chance of frost - so keep and eye on the weather. Here are a few garden jobs for this time of year:  You will have seen your old friend chickweed popping up in your borders and containers from early February, now is the time to get on top of the weeding, get the hoe out and let those weeds have it before they get established.  Another two gardener's "favourites", the humble slug and snail will be preparing to chomp their way through your plants. Sorties at dawn and dusk with a torch and an appetite for destruction should catch the majority of them. Another method is to treat the ground with a nematode solution which will kill slugs out of sight and is harmless to birds and hedgehogs.  It should be warm enough now to start growing some lettuce or salad leaves in pots or in the ground, just keep an eye on the frost and cover with fleece if necessary.  Your lawn will thank you for a feed at this time of year. You could also attack patches of moss.  Some of the garden centres will have new bedding plants at this time of year. If you are really tempted, and have a greenhouse, start baskets and planters off under glass. The risk of frost is too high to think about planting up outside in Bradfield in April.  Watch out for birds nests when tidying shrubbery and borders.  Mulch away! Prepare your borders for your summer perennials and bedding plants.  Sit back on a deck chair in the lighter evenings with a cup of tea or glass of wine and smile as your garden comes back to life after




Sunday 17th April Starting at 10.30 a.m. from Glen Howe car park, Wharncliffe Side and returning around 3.00 p.m. Sunday 22nd May Starting at 10.30 a.m. from Low Bradfield car park and returning around 3.00 p.m. Sunday 19th June Starting at 10.00 a.m. from Langsett Barn car park and returning around 3.00 p.m. Wednesday 13th July Starting at 1.30 p.m. from Fairholmes roadside car park and returning around 3.00 p.m.  Anyone is welcome to join these walks and should bring a packed lunch and suitable clothing/footwear. For further information contact Malcolm Nunn on (0114) 233 7463 The Road Project


This is the phone box in High Bradfield and it is in danger of being lost because of under-use ‌ unless the Parish Council agrees to adopt it (at a cost of £1), The telephone equipment cannot be saved but it would be a pity if the structure itself disappeared.


:: BRADFIELD CRICKET :: “WHO’S AT HOME?” :: If you enjoy coming to Bradfield to savour the atmosphere and a bit of cricket, use this list to check if there is a match on and who is playing *** Leagues: S.Y. (Prem) or (Div 2) : Barnsley (BL) : North West (NW) : Bradfield XI (B XI) : Ivan Priestley (IP) : Friendly (F) : President’s Cup (PC) : Edward Catell (EC) : Mick Savage Memorial Trophy (MST) Day




*** League

B XI 2nd XI B XI U17 1st XI

Cathedral Warmsworth Thorncliffe CC—Sunday XI U15 Squad Wath (MST)

F SYL(2) BL IP SYL(Prem)

U13 2nd XI U11 B XI U17 2nd XI B XI U15 U13 B XI 1st XI U13 U13 1st XI U15 U11 U17 2nd XI B XI B XI

Handsworth Cup First Round—Worsborough Whitley Hall CC—U11 Almondbury Casuals Stocksbridge CC Yorks U17 Doncaster Town B Rockingham Colliery CC—3rd XI Whitley Hall Stocksbridge CC Yorks U13 Taj Mahal CC—1st XI Whiston PC (MST) Millhouses Works CC U13 Whitley Hall CC U13 Hallam (MST) Shiregreen CC U15 Blue Sheffield United CC U11 Blue Parkhead CC U17 Thorncliffe Dore Moor CC Six-a-Side Competition


April 2011 Sun Sat Sun Tues Sat

17th 23rd 24th 26th 30th

May 2011 Sun Sun Mon Mon Tues Sat Sun Sun Tues Sun Sat Sun Tues Sat Sun Mon Tues Sat Sat Sun

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 7th 8th 8th 10th 12th 14th 15th 17th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 28th 29th 30th

Continued ...


Who’s at Home? (Continued) ... Day




*** League

2nd XI B XI 1st XI B XI — 2nd XI 1st XI B XI

Oughtibridge Wath CC—Sunday Team Whitley Hall (MST) Taj Mahal CC—1st XI No Game—Bradfield Sports Day Maltby Miners Welfare Houghton Main (MST) Zingari

SYL(2) BL SYL(Prem) BL — SYL(2) SYL(Prem) F

2nd XI B XI 1st XI U17 2nd XI B XI U17 1st XI B XI B XI B XI

Barnsley C Doncaster Town CC—Barnsley XI Treeton (MST) Shiregreen CC U17 Norton Woodseats Elsecar CC—Sunday XI Norton Oakes CC U17 Elsecar (MST) Kexborough CC—Sunday XI Brentwood CC Saville Gym—1st XI


June 2011 Sat Sun Sat Sun Sat Sun Sat Sun

4th 5th 11th 12th 18th 19th 25th 26th

July 2011 Sat Sun Sat Tues Sat Sun Tues Sat Sun Thurs Sun

2nd 3rd 9th 12th 16th 17th 19th 23rd 24th 28th 31st



The Tennis Club continues to develop. The retired persons and junior/ intermediate sections are very strong in numbers. In 2010 the courts were painted, so 2011 sees the completion of upgrading the pavilion to make it more pleasant for members and visitors. Matches start at the end of April with teams in the Men's, Mixed and Junior Leagues. The Annual Quiz night was again hugely popular attracting a record number of members and their friends and family.

Intermediate Coaching Groups Saturday Mornings Coach : Ted Furnes Assistant Coach : Jon Helliwell 26

Clearing leaves and planting bulbs in picnic area November 2010


Hedges, shrubs and lawns cut One off tidy-ups FREE QUOTATIONS Call: Adrian Tel: (0114) 229 9187 :: Mob: 0792 0017 661 27





CHUCKLE CORNER You lovers of the language might enjoy this There is a two-letter word that perhaps has more meanings than any other two letter word, and that is “UP”. It’s easy to understand UP, meaning toward the sky or at the top of the list, but when we awaken in the morning. Why do we wake UP? At a meeting, why does a topic come UP? Why do we speak UP and why are the officers UP for election and why is it UP to the secretary to write UP a report? We call UP our friends. And, we use it to brighten UP a room, polish UP the silver, we warm UP the leftovers and clean UP the kitchen. We lock UP the house and some guys fix UP the old car. At other times the little word has real special meaning. People stir UP trouble, line UP for tickets, work UP an appetite and think UP excuses. To be dressed is one thing, but to be dressed UP is special. And the Up is confusing: A drain must be opened UP because it is stopped UP. We open UP a store in the morning, but we close it UP at night. We seem to be pretty mixed Up about UP! To be knowledgeable about the proper uses of UP, look the work UP in the dictionary. In a good sized dictionary, it takes UP almost 1/4th of the page and can add UP to about thirty definitions. If you are UP to it, you might try building UP a list of the many ways UP is used. It will take UP a lot of your time; but, if you don’t give UP, you may wind UP with a hundred or more. When it threatens to rain, we say it is clouding UP. When the sun comes out we say it is clearing UP. When it rains, it wets the earth and often messes things UP. When it doesn’t rain for a while, things dry UP. One could go on and one, but I’ll wrap it UP, for now my time is UP, so .. It is time to shut UP … ! 32

On opening his new store, a man received a bouquet of flowers. He became dismayed on reading the enclosed card, that it expressed “Deepest Sympathy”. While puzzling over the message, his telephone rang. It was the florist apologising for having sent the wrong card. “Oh,, it’s alright”, said the storekeeper “I’m a businessman and I understand how these things can happen”. “But”, added the florist, “I accidentally sent your card to the funeral party.” “Well, what did it say?” asked the storekeeper. “Congratulations on your new location”, was the reply. WHY WE LIKE THE BRITISH … from British Newspapers 1] Commenting on a complaint from a Mr Purdy about a large gas bill, a spokesman for North West Gas said “We agree it was rather high for the time of year. It’s possible Mr Purdey has been charged for the gas used up during the explosion that destroyed his house.” (The Daily Telegraph) 2] Police revealed that a woman arrested for shoplifting had a whole salami in her underwear. When asked why, she said it was because she was missing her Italian boyfriend. {The Manchester Evening News) 3] At the height of the gale, the harbour master radioed a coastguard and asked him to estimate the wind speed. He replied he was sorry, but he didn’t have a gauge. However, if it was any help, the wind had just blown his Land Rover off the cliff. (Aberdeen Evening Express) WHAT’S UP DOC!  Discharge status: Alive but without my permission.  Patient has chest pains if she lies on her left side for over a year.  He had a left-toe amputation one month ago. He also had a left leg amputation last year.  By the time he was admitted his rapid heart had stopped and he was feeling much better.  The patient is a 79 year old widow who no longer lives with her husband.  The patient left hospital feeling much better except for the problems she came in with originally. SMILE AND THE WORLD SMILES WITH YOU (Not all epidemics are bad news …) Smiling is infectious: you catch it like flu. When someone smiled at me today, I started smiling too. I passed around the corner and someone saw my grin. When he smiled I realised I’d passed it on to him. I thought about that smile then realised its worth. A single smile, just like mine, could travel round the earth. So, if you feel a smile begin, don’t leave it undetected. Let’s start an epidemic quick and get the world infected! 33

On Monday morning of 14th March 2011, a lovely sunny day, Class 4, their teacher and helpers from Bradfield Dungworth Primary School walked all the way down to, then back from, the Community Orchard in Bradfield. Under the instruction of Holly Barnes, Sheffield City Council Community Forester, they planted a wind-breaker hedge of Hawthorn, Blackthorn (Sloes), Dog Rose and Hazel.

“The team�

Storing gear, collecting gloves, shovels and saplings and receiving instructions


Back to school

And all that is left behind is a beautifully planted hedge and a nest of muddy gloves and shovels. Thank you and well done everyone.




REGULAR GROUPS, etc ... Bradfield Historical Society: First Monday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Malcolm Nunn 233 7463 Bradfield Ladies: Second Monday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Evelyn 234 3385




Yoga: Every Monday 10.00 a.m. Contact: Grace 285 1271


As Advertised

Rhythm & Rhyme: Every Tuesday 9.00 a.m. - 10.00 a.m. (Parents and Toddlers) Contact: Amanda Cheetham 286 2981 Whist Drive: Every Tuesday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Pat Crawshaw 285 1377 Tai Chi: Every Tuesday: 6.30 p.m.— 7.45 p.m. Contact: Grace 285 1271 Fox Cubs (Play Group): 9.30 a.m.— 11.00 a.m. Contact: Nicola 234 7493 Badminton: 7.30 p.m.: Contact: Mark 285 1227

Mother and Child Group: Every Thursday 9.00 a.m. - 12 noon Run by Sheffield City Council Over 45’s Multi-sport: Every Thursday 4.00 p.m.—5.30 p.m.: Run by Sheffield City Council COMING SOON … YOGA 8.00 p.m. Contact :Janet on (0114) 285 1332

New Group

Farmers Markets: 10.00 to 4.00 pm: Next to last Saturday of the month. BRADFIELD DANCE: Next to last Saturday of the month With Clive Smith Restarted

October to May :: BRADFLIX :: 37

OTHER LOCAL EVENTS Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group: 7.45 p.m. Hillsborough Sport Arena, Hillsborough Park (unless otherwise stated) (234 5215) Rivelin Valley Conservation Group: 7.30 p.m. Stephen Hill Church, Crosspool , (unless otherwise stated) (230 7144) Wadsley & Loxley Commoners: 7.30 p.m. Wadsley Church Hall, Worrall Road, (unless otherwise stated) (233 5331)

“Revising the Bradfield Festival of Music” Monday 18th April by Mike Threlfall: small charge, Wadsley & Loxley Commoners free refreshments

“Private George Henry Ashley WW1 Thursday 21st April Hillsborough and Owlerton Local and his family” by Paul Clarke,. History Group Thursday 19th May “George Barnsley & Son” by Pauline Hillsborough and Owlerton Local Bell and Colin Barnsley. History Group Saturday 21st May Wadsley & Loxley Commoners

“Dawn Chorus Bird Walk” led by John Robinson. Meet at 5.00 a.m. at Rural Lane Car Park, Wadsley

Annual Spring Clean of Rivelin Sunday 22nd May Valley—meet at 10.00 a.m. at Havelock Action for Stannington/Rivelin Dam Car Park off Rivelin Valley Road Valley Conservation Group between Hollins Lane Bridge and Rivelin Fire Station (00790 5887 862) Thursday 16th June Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group

“Cathedral to Carbrook—a dryish pub walk and tram ride” by David Gill, Meet at 7.00 p.m. at the Cathedral, Church Street,

Thursday 21st July Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group

A walk round Malin Bridge. Meet 7.30 p.m. at Holme Lane Tram Stop. Leader: Malcolm Nunn 38

VILLAGE HALL EVENTS PROGRAMME CHECK APRIL to JULY 2011 :: Saturday 2nd April :: BARN DANCE £10 :: (tickets from Committee members or Bradfield Post Office) :: Friday 8th April :: BRADFLIX 7.00 p.m. ―Star Trek‖ (12) :: Saturday 9th April :: BRADFLIX 3.00 p.m. ―Megamind‖ (PG) :: Saturday 23rd April :: FARMERS MARKET 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. And RE-STARTED BRADFIELD DANCE with Clive Smith :: Sunday 1st May :: BRADFLIX 3.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. Godfather I & II Double Bill (15) see page 8 :: Friday 20th May :: BRADFLIX 7.00 p.m. ―The King’s Speech‖ (15) :: Saturday 21st May :: FARMERS MARKET 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. And BRADFIELD DANCE

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VILLAGE HALL EVENTS PROGRAMME CHECK CONTINUED :: Sunday 22nd May :: BRADFLIX 3.00 p.m. ―Tangled‖ (PG) :: Sunday 5th June :: CRAFT FAIR 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. :: Saturday 18th June :: FARMERS MARKET 10.00 A.M. TO 4.00 p.m. And BRADFIELD SPORTS DAY And BRADFIELD DANCE :: FRIDAY 15th JULY :: DEADLINE FOR NEXT NEWSLETTER (AUGUST to NOVEMBER) :: Saturday 23rd July :: FARMERS MARKET 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. And BRADFIELD DANCE


Bradfield Village Hall Newsletter - Spring 2011  

Bradfield Village Hall's Newsletter for Spring 2011

Bradfield Village Hall Newsletter - Spring 2011  

Bradfield Village Hall's Newsletter for Spring 2011