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The objects of Brackenfield Village Association are as follows: 1. to generate awareness of and interest in the local community, 2. to support local community activities, 3. to develop communication opportunities for residents and local businesses and 4. to work in cooperation with existing village and public bodies to sustain and improve the amenities, facilities and environment of Brackenfield. The Association is always non-political and non-sectarian.

The Association formed in Spring 2017 has adopted the following powers: 1. to raise funds and apply for, invite, obtain, collect and receive contributions, grants, subscriptions, fees & loans, 2. to employ any paid worker or pay any agent to assist in the achievement of the aims of the Association, 3. to hire, rent, lease and own property and equipment necessary to achieve the aims, 4. to affiliate to any local or national group or association that the Management Committee decides is appropriate and disaffiliate from any group or organisation if continued affiliation be, in the Management Committee’s view, against the interests of the Association, 5. to do all such other lawful things as are necessary to achieve the above aims or any of them. This all sounds formal but is necessary nowadays to make sure everything is done to the letter and above board. More Information about what the Association is about can be found on the contact page.

Events

Sat 25 May 2024 9.00amVillage Green : General : Well Dressing weekend
Sun 26 May 2024 9.00amVillage Green : General : Well Dressing weekend
Mon 27 May 2024 9.00amVillage Green : General : Well Dressing weekend
Mon 10 Jun 2024 6.30pmChurch Hall : BVA Annual General Meeting Come and join us for free refreshments and a chat
Thu 04 Jul 2024 7.00pmn/a : General : "A Wildlife Photographer's Year" with Andy Parkins at the Bassett Rooms, Ashover. Tickets £10 in advance - contact 07769 970470 or 07940 510531
Thu 12 Sep 2024 10.00amChurch Hall : General : Brackenfield Heritage Cafe "Cheating Death" with John A Bown based on his recent book "Called to Serve and Protect"

Please visit the diary for more events.