Watercress Walk

13 Feb 2018

Watercress Walk through Luccombe Mill and the path running through Wessex Water land is CONFIRMED as a Public Footpath with immediate effect. 

New Library Service

04 Jan 2018

New mobile routes for North and South Mobile libraries will commence from 12th February 2018.

Stay Safe Online

20 Dec 2017

DO YOU FEEL SAFE ONLINE? Anyone over 60, or 18+ registered disabled is eligible for online safety advise. The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust - Home Security...

'Bratton Parish News' Cut off date
20 Mar 2019;
12:00AM
Coffee and Conversation
20 Mar 2019;
01:30PM - 02:30PM
Steak Night
20 Mar 2019;
06:00PM - 09:00PM
Pilates Classes
21 Mar 2019;
09:30AM - 11:20AM
Ladies Thursday
21 Mar 2019;
11:00AM -
Connect
21 Mar 2019;
02:00PM -
Mobile Library
21 Mar 2019;
02:45PM - 03:15PM
Making Village Music - Bratton Sings
21 Mar 2019;
07:30PM - 09:00PM
Ladies Darts
21 Mar 2019;
08:30PM -
Bratton Bugs
22 Mar 2019;
01:45PM - 03:00PM

Events Calendar

RBL Poppy Talk
Saturday 16 March 2019, 18:00 - 19:15
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Location Bratton Church Institute
BRATTON ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY TALK – SATURDAY 16TH MARCH
“A Trooper at Waterloo”, given by Lieutenant General Sir Maurice Johnston KCB, CVO, OBE. Sir Maurice will talk about the experiences of a cavalry trooper at this pivotal and famous battle in British history, when The Duke of Wellington defeated Napoleon Bonaparte’s French Army and secured the future of the British Empire for a further century. –Sir Maurice and his wife Belinda have been Bratton villagers for several years. His distinguished career in the British Army included command of The Queen’s Dragoon Guards and then 20thArmoured Brigade, and his final appointment was Deputy Chief of Defence Staff (today’s Vice CDS) until his retirement in 1984. He then had a second career in business before being appointed Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire from 1996 to 2004. Talk at 6 p.m., Saturday 16th March at Bratton Church Institute, ends by 7.15 p.m. *Doors open from 5.40 p.m. for pre-talk drinks. Entry is by donation, with £5 suggested. All donations will go to The Poppy Appeal. As usual, this talk is open to all, not just Royal British Legion members.
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