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For those within Bremhill Parish, we can deliver the book to you, or you can collect from one of our village coordinators.
The price is £20
For those outside Bremhill Parish, you are welcome to collect from us, or from The Foxham public house in Foxham.
The price is £20
For those a little further afield from Bremhill Parish, we are happy to post the book to you.
The price is £24
We will endeavour to ensure that the village hall is well ventilated.
The wearing of masks will be optional.
Please do not attend if you have any Covid symptoms.
If you are not able to come, we plan to make a video recording of the event, highlights of which will be made available in due course on the website.
Children are invited to come along on Sunday 12th December at 10am for the Bremhill Parish Children’s History Festival in Bremhill Village Hall. The event is targeted at 6 to 12 year olds.
The event is free, but as tickets are strictly limited please reply by Monday 22nd November to Fiona Jarman email@example.com or Mills Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the name and ages of the children.
The morning will include a range of exciting activities including:
We will also be launching a history competition – for a creative response to any aspect of the history of the parish. This could be a short story, a poem, a painting, a photo, a short film/Tik Tok or any other form of creative expression. The deadline for entries is 7th January 2022.
Parents – you might like to follow on the morning’s historical activities by walking the two and a half mile “Bremhill Loop” from the Village Cross to Maud Heath’s Monument, the Dumb Post and back. The trail is available on the Bremhill Parish History Trail app, or from the website Trails Around Bremhill Parish
The aims of the group are to:
The aim of our website is to:
We are delighted to announce the publication of our parish history book in December 2021. This was made possible by grant funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and matched funding from various local sources for which we are incredibly grateful.
We have also been fortunate to receive significant funding and ongoing support from the Wiltshire Victoria County History Trust.