1st Bramhall Scout Group meets in its own Scout HQ at the Bramley Centre.
They are a very active member of the local community with Beaver, Cub, Scout and Explorer Scout sections covering ages 6 – 18.
1st Bramhall aim to have fun and be active, make new friends, progressively meet personal challenges and develop personal and team skills.
4th Bramhall (St Michael’s) Scout Group aims to develop practical life skills not taught in schools for children aged 6-18 through adventurous activity’s and challenges whilst having fun.
We meet in our own building that has been modernised over the last few years which allows us to run the activities we want to.
Every Beaver, Cub, Scout, & Explorer Scout will have the chance to go on at least one exciting camp each year.
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4th Bramhall Scout Group (St Michael’s) brick built hall is suitable for many types of group activities, functions, conferences and training. The building comprises of three main rooms available to hire. The main hall is £20 an hour, explorer suite is £15, project room £5 an hour.
Bramhall Baptist Church is a relaxed and friendly church where all are welcome. Their aim is to reflect God’s love into the local area through a wide range of activities for all ages. They would love to see you!
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Bramhall Methodist Church provides the local community with a wide range of social and religious services for all age groups. As part of the Messy Church movement, it fosters informal, family-friendly worship for those who might shy away from its more traditional services.
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Bramhall Methodist Church’s Thrift Shop is Bramhalls’ original charity shop
Fords Lane Evangelical Church is a lively, friendly community seeking to show how relevant the message and person of Jesus are to all the needs of our lives and our society. Everyone is welcome to attend our events and we are committed to our local area through significant community involvement.
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Pownall Probex Club are a group of retired men who held a leading role either at work, in the community or as a volunteer. They meet every Wednesday morning at The Cheshire Line Tavern Cheadle, to enjoy a coffee, company, conversation and a visiting speaker. Take a look at their website for information on joining.
Church of England – Inclusive – Welcome – Breathing Space – Old – Art & Faith – Young – Meditation – Music – Communion – Sadness & Sorrow – Community – Baptism – Compassion – Love & Laughter – Prayer – Marriage – Joy – Thankfulness – Blessings
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The Mill is a charity youth centre in Bramhall Village for young people in year 6 and above where they can socialise, learn new skills and have fun in a safe and friendly environment.
Opening times : HUB Weekdays (School Term Time) 3.30pm – 5pm Free | Cafe Youth Saturdays 1pm-3pm Free | Saturday Night 7pm-9pm Cost £1
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Bramhall United Reformed Church where “Everyone is Welcome”. Irrespective of age, ethnicity gender or sexuality. They are always looking for new and effective ways of helping the community to find hope and encouragement, they think of themselves as a family bound together by a common allegiance to Jesus Christ.
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