Brompton on Swale
CLUBS & GROUPS
If you wish to publicise any upcoming events or information about your Club on this website please contact the Parish Clerk by email: email@example.com
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE RICHMOND MARKET CHARTER AND WHAT IMPLICATIONS IT MAY HAVE ON AN EVENT YOU ORGANISE?
Richmond Town Council holds the Market Charter for an area of 6.23 miles radius of the Town. This means that all Fairs/Car Boot Sales/Craft or Collectors Fair held within this area should have our permission.
To enable us to uphold this Charter we advertise annually in the local press (copy attached) we are to be informed of all Fairs, Car Boot Sales, Craft or Collectors Fairs that are to be held. We are aware that not all Parishes may have seen this notice so we are circulating this information to all areas that fall within the 6.23 miles.
Again, to uphold the Charter we also charge a stallage fee of £10 payable to Richmond Town Council 28 days prior to the Fair/Sale taking place.
Village Hub Cafe & Computer Access Group at St Pauls Church Hall
The Hub Café & Computer Access Group is not running at the moment due to Covid 19. It is hoped we may be able to open in January 2021 if Government Guidelines allow.
The Computer Access Group is for anyone of all ages and all abilities who wants to know more about their computer, laptop, or tablet, from how to turn it on, how to work within programs, how to get onto the internet safely, keep in touch by learning to send emails, Skype, FaceTime, Snapchat, or any other program you would like to use. All for free.
Curlew – The Friendly Cycling Group (Scorton)
Perhaps you have a bike lurking at the back of your garage or have been meaning to get some exercise but feel overwhelmed by the prospect of an expensive gym membership? Well, the Curlew Cycling Group could be just for you. We go for leisurely bike rides on quiet country lanes on the last Saturday of every month.
Our rides set off from villages in the area at 11.00am. We are totally non-competitive with all ages joining us. It’s free to cycle with us and you’ll meet some friendly people who want exercise and to obtain all the benefits that cycling can bring. A coffee and cake stop is always included (an essential part of cycling!), so give John Yorke a ring on 07795 097984 or email him: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Brompton-on-Swale Village Choir
The choir is now in its 38th year and has become accomplished and versatile in the music it performs since its inception in 1982.
The ladies regularly do local concerts, weddings, church services etc. and are honoured to have been invited twice to take part in the Festival of Brass and Voices at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
The choir is also due to take part in a massed choral presentation of Ladies, Mixed and Male voice choirs, staged by the National Association of Choirs in celebration of 100 years in song at The Sage in Gateshead. This will hopefully now take place in April 2021 as it sadly had to be postponed for 12 months due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent temporary closure of theatres and music venues.
There are approximately 38 members who meet every Wednesday evening at 7.45pm in St.Pauls Church, Brompton on Swale and new members are always welcome. No auditions are necessary, if you enjoy singing all types of music just come along.
If you prefer to come and have a 'taster' session first then you would also be very welcome.
At the time of writing, the choir is not meeting due to the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Government guidelines and advice are awaited in terms of when choirs are able to resume and singing to recommence.
A website is currently under construction but in the meantime, any further details if required can be obtained by ringing 01748 822191.
The Crown Quoits Team
Meet Wednesday evenings during the season April to August. Contact Joe and Morag behind the bar of the Crown Inn.
Contact: Mark Frankland 01748 811050
If you are interested in playing for the club contact Mark.
Meet in the Community Sports Hall, Honey Pot Road, Brompton-on-Swale
Tuesdays 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm - All year round
Thursday 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm - September to April only
Saturday 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm - September to April only
Tea/coffee and biscuits provided (within the cost of your weekly subs)
Unfortunately, due to Covid 19 Carpet Bowls is unable to take place at this time. However as soon as Government Guidelines allow play will resume.
Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association
…even if not ‘Yorkshire Born and Bred’ you will be most welcome to come along and give us a try. We are a small friendly group who meet on the second Tuesday each month. Our varied programme includes speakers on a wide-ranging variety of topical subjects, demonstrations and the chance to ‘have a try’ at various arts, crafts and cookery, plus trips to various locations of interest including our Annual Carol Service (and/or just shopping) in York………. .obviously for the foreseeable future all of this will be subject to all/any Government Guidelines in place with regard to Covid 19.
In the fullness of time, when conditions permit we would very much like to invite you to come along to one of the meetings, starting at 7.30 pm, concluding with tea/coffee and HOME MADE BAKING (can’t guarantee calorie free but certainly delicious).
For information in the first instant please contact Shireen Rudge, email@example.com who will put you in touch with our Social Events Secretary.
Busy Bees Pre-School
Session Times are:
Morning 9.00 am to 12.00 pm
Lunch 12.00 pm to 12.30 pm
Afternoon 12.30 pm to 3.00 pm
You will find us at:
Brompton-on-Swale C of E Primary School
Tel: 07866 241283 (8.45 am to 3.15 pm term time only)
St Pauls Church
For the present with all the restrictions all Sunday services are live @10.30 am, either on the parish website www.esbb.co.uk or the Parish facebook page: The Parish of Easby, Skeeby, Brompton-on-Swale and Bolton-on-Swale.
From September we are opening St Paul’s (only) for a 10.30 am Sunday Morning Prayer Service and this will also be streamed live.
Rev Yvonne Callaghan
The Parish Office
69 Richmond Road
Brompton on Swale DL10 7HE
Tel 01748 810613
Mobile. 07980 276226
Brompton-on-Swale Methodist Chapel
The chapel is a member of the North Yorkshire Dales circuit and open (under normal circumstances) every Sunday for a service commencing at 10.45 am. We have a number of different preachers who take the service, some of whom are Ministers of the Circuit, and some are local preachers from the surrounding area. Each one has their own method of getting the message across and with four or five good hymns you can be assured of feeling uplifted at the end! Coffee, tea and biscuits with the occasional ‘home bake’ all go toward generating a feeling of togetherness and community spirit.
The Superintendent Minister for the circuit is Rev. Melanie Reed who lives in Leyburn. The noticeboard inside the front of the chapel railings gives news on forthcoming preachers and other items.
Regular events are held at chapels throughout the circuit and here in Brompton-on-Swale we have a monthly Lunch on the second Wednesday of the month organised by Rhoda Fraser. Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend please contact Rhoda on 01748 818156. Payment is by a donation at the end of the meal.
Other events are held at the chapel, including the annual Harvest Festival celebration and musical evenings once or twice a year. Recently Sunday fm started on occasional Sunday afternoons between 3.00 pm and 4.30 pm. Fm stands for the words of Jesus ‘follow me’. Families are welcome to attend and children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. During the past year we have had a Christmas craft session, a pancake party, storytelling, quizzes and much more. Refreshments are provided. It’s all free too! For information on Sunday fm please contact Phillip Clarke on 01748 812440.
Monthly Bible study sessions ae held, taking place at the homes of members of the congregation.
Keen gardeners from the chapel have built raised beds at the front where a variety of vegetables have been grown. It is the intention to encourage village folk to take some of the crop – as much as they think they require. Thee are further plans for the rear garden later in 2020 and 2021. Anyone interested in more information is asked to contact Arthur Wheeler on 01748 810778.