Temporary Closure of: Court Lane (Part), Bratton

14 Jul 2020

Temporary Closure of: Court Lane (Part), Bratton (TTRO xxxx)

Volunteer to Help

17 Mar 2020

 All households will be affected by the Corona virus crisis.  You can help your local community by volunteering to help where you can. 

Request Help

17 Mar 2020

If you, a friend or neighbour living within the parish requires some help because they are self-isolating or restricting their movements as they are...

EPT - Covid19 Emergency Plan

05 Apr 2020

BRATTON EMERGENCY PLAN Caring Organised Volunteers Informing Delivering BRATTON PARISH COVID-19 SUPPORT PLAN

Financial Help

19 Mar 2020

If you are experiencing financial difficulty due to the Coronavirus the following organisations maybe able to provide some support for you and your family.

Walter Rose & Son

06 Apr 2020

Order your Meat, Fruit & Veg with delivery to your door at shop.walterroseandson.co.uk or call 01380 722335

The Duke - Takeaway Menu

20 Mar 2020

The Duke at Bratton have a fantastically priced takeaway meals menu for those self isolating or just being cautious.

Michael Bulling - Independent Dairyman

22 Mar 2020

Get Milk, eggs and much much more delivered to your doorstep. Call Michael on 01225 776494 or 07831 477108

Simon Taylor
t: 01380 830550

Everyone welcome (school years 7 \96 11) from Bratton and surrounding villages.
For more information please contact: Simon Taylor on 01380 830550


CLUB DATES 2017

Jubilee Hall @ 7.30pm - 9.00pm (unless otherwise stated)

  • To attend an event other than at the Jubilee Hall, you must be a member and we need a completed activities permission form.
  • Parents helping to set up and put the games away is always appreciated.
  • Events not at the Jubilee Hall may involve an additional cost.

All events can be subject to cancellation if we cannot get enough helpers to run them safely.


Bratton Youth Club has been running successfully for many years, offering the children of Bratton and surrounding villages from school years 7 \96 11, a safe meeting place and opportunity to try something adventurous and stretching. As well as regular chill-out session in the Jubilee Hall we have run lots of activities such as Archery, Bowling, Canoeing, Climbing, Night Hikes, Sailing and Woodland Days.

We are run and organised entirely by volunteers and rely on those adult helpers to provide this great club for our local children.

We have struggled over the last few months to provide the usual activities due to a lack of adult helpers and several events have had to be cancelled and our membership has dwindled.

To promote the club we are organising a couple of events in May which the Wiltshire Outdoor Learning Team are running for us. These are open to all current club members and we would also like to invite new and prospective children of secondary school age, to join us who might be interested in joining the club.

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