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The Tower Project :   Started in 2004, the Friends of Bramcote Old Church Tower began the task of restoration of the 13th century, grade II listed church tower and the respectful regeneration of the closed and deconsecrated graveyard.  In 2010 Bramcote Old Church Tower Trust was formed and in 2015 an application for Heritage Lottery Funding was made. In 2017 it was granted and the work is on going.  The site is of historical importance locally and no longer associated with the church, but a public space for the community at the centre of the village of Bramcote.

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Plant Sale
Saturday 22nd June
12:00 to 4:00pm

St Michael’s Church Car Park, Church Street,

Bramcote.
By popular demand our Plant Sale is once again held in the car park of St Michael’s church.
Donations of plants are welcome - please contact
Peter Hillier 01159 252104

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Strawberry Fayre
Sunday 21st July

1:00-4:00pm

Bramcote Old Church Tower,
Moss Drive, Bramcote

Refreshments, strawberries
& cream, jam and scones and other stalls.

Childrens games and activities.
Free admission.

Tower Open Day
Sunday 30th June
1:00-4:00pm

Bramcote Old Church Tower, Moss Drive, Bramcote.
Free admission
All welcome.


Beeston Carnival
Saturday 13th July

12:00 onwards

Broadgate Park, Beeston.

We will be running an information stand and tombola.


Local History and Archaeology Day
Saturday 20th July

11:00am-4:00pm

Lakeside Museum,
Nottingham University.      

Free Event. We will be running an information stand.
www.lakesidearts.org.uk


Friday 31st May - Bat Activity

Saturday 1st June - Moths and Breakfast

This was a successful event with 45 people attending the talk by Lynn Victor of the Notts’ Bat Group.  Most of the people then walked up to the Tower to  see our bats emerging from the Tower or hear them by using the Bat Detectors Lynn provided.  

16 hardy souls came to the Tower site at 7.00AM to hear Colin Watkin from Idle Valley Nature Reserve  give an entertaining talk about the moths caught in the Robinson traps overnight.