Please do come along - it's your village hall!
We are always looking for committee members/helpers/ideas for the hall/events.
Hope to see you there
Tuesday 24th May at 6.30pm at The Bell.
Come along if you want to help, join the Friend's Group or have ideas on how to raise funds to save the church
A great evening in Brisley when Creative Arts East brought Choice Grenfell to the Village Hall. Live theatre in Brisley proved a great success and we hope to have more coming soon
Choose to support St Bartholomew’s Church, Brisley Restoration Fund and join for free - it takes 2 minutes.
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Once you make a purchase, your retailer partners will make a small donation to your chosen cause to say 'thank you'.
St. Bartholomew's Church Brisley is looking for a new treasurer.
Contact Hugh Fawcett
01362 667813 email@example.com
The more people that vote for St Bartholomew's the more chance of getting £1,000 from the draws for the money. When you go to the site, make sure you tick the Registration Exempt box, then type in St. Bartholomew's Church, Brisley and your name and details
A good time was had by all at the very first Craft and Chat session on May 9th at the village hall. The next session is on Monday May 23rd at 7pm
'Walk With A Fork' on May 6th was a great success and raised over £600 for St Bartholomew's Brisley.
May 7th saw the return of Men's league cricket to Brisley. The home side, North Elmham, made 206 for 8 off 45 overs, the visitors, New Buckenham were bowled out for 142. Great victory by 64 runs.
Brisley village is a small rural parish situated in the north west of the County of Norfolk, England. The name derives from the old English 'briosa' meaning gad fly and 'leah' a clearing
The village stands on the axis of two important routes running north to south and east to west between the towns of Fakenham to the north, Dereham to the south, Kings Lynn to the west and Norwich to the east
The census of 2011 states that the population at that time was 286. The medieval church of St Bartholmew sits firmly in the centre of the village now, as it has done since the Middle Ages
The Church is currently 'at risk' and so we welcome donations from supporters of church charities
The village is flanked by two Greens, one to the north and the other to the south, combined these Greens make up one of the largest surviving grazing commons in Norfolk
Our village hall offers a great programme of entertainment
Come and visit us in Brisley village and experience the laid-back Norfolk lifestyle
Look around St Bartholomew's our Grade I Listed Church
and make a feel-good donation to save it from collapse
Enjoy a long walk on our footpaths, across The Green or through the Jubilee Woods
Take in a cricket match on The Green
Check out the entertainment and join us for a film, quiz or fitness class
Kick back and have a drink and meal at The Bell,