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The Tower Project :   Started in 2004, the Friends of Bramcote Old Church Tower began the task of restoration of the 13th century, grade II listed church tower and the respectful regeneration of the closed and deconsecrated graveyard.  In 2010 Bramcote Old Church Tower Trust was formed and in 2015 an application for Heritage Lottery Funding was made. In 2017 it was granted and the work is on going.  The site is of historical importance locally and no longer associated with the church, but a public space for the community at the centre of the village of Bramcote.

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After the construction of the Pod and other HLF work, areas of the site have been re-seeded. Unfortunately this means the Tower site is now closed to the public and will reopen in Spring 2019.

near the Tower
There is very limited parking next to the Tower on Moss Drive and Town St. and limited weekend parking on Cow Lane, opposite the Tower. Street parking is available on Church St and there is a small public car park at King George’s park.

Quiz Night
Saturday 2nd March

7.30pm Memorial Hall, Bramcote

£10 per person

including Hot Food  

BYO Wine or Beer

To purchase tickets contact

David Martin

0115 9251492

Moira Robinson

0115 9226782

Seeding success

Thanks to everyone observing the restrictions on the Tower site over the winter, the new grass that was sown in October hasn’t been trampled on and is growing nicely. Volunteers continue to do the essential ground maintenance. It’s lovely to see the bare, compacted earth left by the builders begin to recover.

Archaeologists at work

Having the shelter and facilities of the new Pod has meant other specialist work can be undertaken indoors in February and March. Following the major archaeological dig enabled by HLF in May 2018, Notts County Council archaeologist, Emily Gillott, has been on site with volunteers, cataloguing the finds.

These include many pieces of medieval pottery, some painted, some carved; pieces of hand-made brick, tile and window glass; nails and other fragments of workers’ tools. There are also pieces of decorative glass, suggesting an elegant jar, perhaps, or a platter that was used in the church. The finds will be displayed inside the Tower, when we re-open for the first event of the new season.

Community activities

Our HLF funding and designation as a community heritage site means that we can put on all kinds of new family activities this coming year. Saturday March 30 is our tentative date for re-opening the site after the winter and with Mothering Sunday the following day in mind, there’ll be a Crafts Workshop led by Sherrin Fleming, where children can make some lovely personalised gifts (for mums and carers.)  

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