WELCOME TO BRAMHALL VILLAGE CLUB! The objective of the club is to provide, for the benefit of the local community, excellent facilities for recreation and leisure.
The club is owned by its members and managed by an executive committee (elected by its members) and is a registered charity (number 520026). For an annual subscription (currently £24), members are entitled to join any number of the club's active sections; these currently are Art, Badminton, Bowls (indoor), Bridge and Photographic. New members are always welcome, and are encouraged to enquire about membership by contacting the Chair, Secretary or Membership Secretary of the section they would like to join. The club also hires out its rooms to other non-affiliated community groups and local residents. For all room rental enquiries please contact the Bookings Secretary, Peter Gray on firstname.lastname@example.org
Bramhall Art Society was founded in 1967 and has thrived ever since, with up to fifty current members. Our meetings usually involve members working on their own projects, but also provide the ideal opportunity for the exchange of ideas, knowledge
The club currently has an active and competitive team in the 2nd Division of the Stockport and District Badminton league Sunday evening is club night whilst all matches are played on Monday evenings. New members are always welcome!
Meet for social bowling – Summer (April – August) Thursday 7.30pm and Sunday 11am. Winter (September – March) Thursday 11am and 7.30pm and Sunday 11am. League matches – Tuesday 7.30pm and Sunday 2pm Membership – New members welcome. The club
Well known as a friendly club, we aim to foster interest in all aspects of photography and to provide a range of illustrated talks, advice and guidance on photography, and competitions for both digital images and prints. The club meets
The Bridge Club runs friendly duplicate bridge tournaments on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm, Monday afternoon at 1.30pm (and on the first and third Saturdays in the month) in the fully air conditioned Rhodes room. New members and visitors are always
Mountfield Rovers Junior Football Club is a Charter Standard club founded in 1969 and plays host to over 140 boys and girls playing football every week in teams ranging from under 8 to under 18. It is an inclusive club