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Village Facilities

Bramham has a wide range of facilities, supported and run by people within the community and for the benefit of all residents. 

Information about each of the key facilities is listed below:

Image: All Saints’ Church by Martin Batt

Image: All Saints’ Church by Martin Batt

All Saints’ Parish Church

Bramham All Saints’ Church sits at the heart of the Village, and at the crossing point of roads from all corners of the village.

The oldest part of the church was built in around 1150 with additions in the 13th century, and underwent substantial restoration in 1853. The graveyard is believed to be of Saxon origin. All Saints’ is part of an informal grouping of five parishes in the Diocese of York, known as the Lower Wharfe Group of Parishes.

The churchwardens are Chips Browning and Jillian Lawson-  The contact details for the Parish Office is 01937 844402.

Bramham Village Hall

Built at the start of the 20th Century, the Village Hall has continued to provide Bramham residents with a place to meet; play; learn; keep fit; and on the odd occasion, to throw a party too.

For more information about the Hall, please visit the Village Hall Management Committee page on this website. If you have a Facebook account you can ‘Like’ the Village Hall page and stay up-to-date with the latest news.

For more information, please contact the Chair of the Management Committee, Stewart Gibson, on 01937 845084, or call 07398 244634  to discuss a Hall booking.

Image: The Village Hall

Image: The Village Hall

Image: The Playing Fields by Alison Mackie

Image: The Playing Fields by Alison Mackie


Bramham Pavilion

Bramham pavilion sits on the playing field at Freely Lane, off Aberford Road. It is newly built and consists of excellent showers and changing rooms, a kitchen, and a meeting room opening out onto the playing field, which has a new playground due to open 2nd April. The pavilion and field is home to Bramham Football Club and is also available for other uses such as children's parties and meetings. Saturday Morning Kitchen provides  refreshments and an opportunity to have a look round. Anyone interested in hiring the pavilion and/or field can call 07731822562 for more information.


Bramham Garage

The Garage Bramham are a specialist used car dealer, located on Front Street and proud to offer a first class customer service and very competitive pricing. The Garage Bramham stocks a range of used cars to suit all budgets and lifestyles.

If you are looking for a second hand car in the area, then get in touch to book a test drive by calling 01937 845546 or by visiting the company website.

Image: Bramham Primary School by  Betty Longbottom

Image: Bramham Primary School by Betty Longbottom

Bramham Primary School

Bramham Primary is a school situated in the heart of its community, set in wonderful grounds, with a warm family oriented atmosphere.

Bramham federated with Shadwell Primary School in September 2010 and since then great improvements have been made both to buildings and standards throughout the school. Bramham had an Educational Health Check recently from the local authority which graded the school as being promoted to the “good” category, which means that all children across the school are making good progress.

Click here to contact Kelly Mosley by email, telephone on 01937 843682, or click here to visit our school website.

Image: Bramham Shop by Alison Mackie

Image: Bramham Shop by Alison Mackie

Bramham Post Office & General Store

The future of our village shop was identified by the residents who attended the 2012 Community Conference as the “number one”. It is an important resource for many villagers, whether providing them with their morning paper; essentials like bread and milk (and wine); or providing vital Post Office services.

Contact the shop on 01937 842275.

Image: Jubilee Gardens by Alison Mackie

Image: Jubilee Gardens by Alison Mackie

Jubilee Garden

The Jubilee Garden was created because of an idea originally put forward by Bramham in Bloom and some residents, as a way to improve the approach to the village making better use of a piece of waste land that was an eyesore.

Bramham Community Action Group then took up the project and following resident consultation the garden was evolved. Using monies raised from The Big Lottery and Groundworks UK. Plans were drawn up and quotes received for the work. As a result Brambledown Ltd were appointed to carry out the work. Over Christmas and the New Year in 2011/12 the work was completed and an opening ceremony was performed by local MP Alec Shelbrooke. This super garden is now a pleasant feature as anyone comes in to the village and provides a tranquil setting for anyone to sit in and enjoy.

Image: The Medical Centre, Bramham

Image: The Medical Centre, Bramham

Medical Centre

Bramham Medical Center is the local surgery providing a range of healthcare services to local residents.

The centre is open Monday to Friday, between 8.30 & 18.00 and operates an appointment system so please call ahead.

Contact the Medical Centre on 01937 845854.

Image: The Old Peoples’ Shelter by

Image: The Old Peoples’ Shelter by

Senior Citizen's Centre 

Michael Taylor

The Senior Citizen's Centre is located across the road from the  Village Square. It was donated to the people of Bramham by the Lane Fox family, and it maintained by the Parish Council.

Image: The Play Area by Alison Mackie

Image: The Play Area by Alison Mackie

Play Area

A wonderful new play park was constructed in April 2015 and is available for the use of our young residents, comprising swings and slides, climbing equipment, wigwams and other play equipment. It is located beside the Playing Fields and car parking is available at Bramham Pavilion.

The area is maintained by the Parish Council.

Recycling Centre

A Recycling Centre, for use by residents of Bramham, is located on Clifford Road just before you reach Bramham Primary School.

Image: The Red Lion Pub by Bramham in Bloom

Image: The Red Lion Pub by Bramham in Bloom

The Red Lion, Pub

Situated on The Square, the Red Lion is a managed Public House, and part of the Samuel Smiths family of pubs. Samuel Smiths, based just up the road in Tadcaster, was established in 1758, making it Yorkshire’s oldest brewery.

Normal Opening Hours are Tuesday to Sunday. You can call the pub on 01937 843524.

Image: The Swan Pub by  Betty Longbottom

Image: The Swan Pub by Betty Longbottom

The Swan, a.k.a. ‘Top Pub’

The Swan, known to locals at ‘Top Pub’ sits halfway up Town Hill, a steep sloping road that joins The Square with Aberford Road. According to The Good Pub Guide, The Swan is a “Civilised and unspoilt three-room local with engaging long-serving landlady (Sam), good mix of customers, well kept Black Sheep, Hambleton and Leeds Pale.”

You can call the pub on 01937 843570