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The Burton Bradstock Village Society was formed in May 1973 and is open to all parish residents.
"The aim of the society shall be to protect and further the interests of the residents and the amenities of the Parish of Burton Bradstock (in conjunction with other organisations as appropriate)."
Typical Activities include:
Monthly talks on a wide range of topics for the benefit and enjoyment of parishioners. These talks are held in the Village Hall from September to May each year.
A major event is the Annual Flower and Produce Show held in July. Entry to the competition is open to all parish residents, and viewing the show is open to all.
Annual outing to place of interest.
Representing the view of parishioners on local issues of importance.
The Village Society has a financial interest in the Post Office having made a substantial loan towards its purchase. As such, we have responsibility for some aspects of this vital asset to the Village. Most recently paying our share for the new thatch.
Any profit made by the Society is invested back into the Village, for example, a significant donation was made recently towards the refurbishment of the children's playground.
Membership and Entrance Fees:
£5.00 per member per annum.
Entrance fee to talks, including tea/coffee and biscuits is £1.50 for members and £4 for non-members.
Committee, Contact Details
and Programme for 2022-2023
Thursday 5th May 7.00pm
2023 Plant & Cake Sale
Saturday 13th May 10.00am - 12.00pm
2023 Flower and Produce Show
Saturday 15th July
Schedule, Recipes and Full Details
This year Classes 16 & 17, Men Only and Children’s have set menus shown below
Hard copy versions will also available from the Library and the Post Office
Friendship and Through and Beyond
Your Favourite Season
2023 Men Only
Recipe Class 16
Recipe Class 17
A collection of nearly 200 historic photographs of the village and some associated documents.
Burton Bradstock's History
Advance notice of meetings can be seen in the appropriate edition of:
Bride Valley News
Village Society Archives
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