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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.

It was a proud day for Bramcote old Church Tower Trust and its members. After several years of planning and hard work, with the support of funds from the Heritage Lottery, we could formally re-open the Tower site to the general public.

Sir Neil Cossons OBE, former chair of English Heritage, spoke to the guests and unveiled a plaque marking the occasion. The event was introduced by our chair, Peter Hillier and was followed by a talk from Geoff Nickolds, representing the Heritage Lottery Fund.  After Sir Neil Cossons OBE had unveiled the plaque Pat Ashworth gave a fitting closing speech.

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The stages of construction of the new 'Pod' -
a small kitchen, toilet and storage area. Started in autumn last year and finished June this year. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.


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Opening Ceremony, Saturday 8th September

Sir Neil Cossons OBE

former chair of English Heritage

Geoff Nickolds

Heritage Lottery Fund

Peter Hillier

Chair of BOCTT

BOCTT Trustees with
Sir Neil Cossons OBE

Sir Neil Cossons OBE
about to unveil the plaque

More Opening Ceremony photos <Click here>

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.

Bramcote C of E school
Remembrance service
Friday 9 November


Children from Bramcote C of E school were involved with a project to remember and honour the 15 men who did not return from World War I. The children made ceramic poppies, wrote poems and produced art work and all this culminated in a ceremony at the Tower on Friday 9th November.  

The Tower site was opened on Remembrance Day for parents of the children to see their work.


Volunteers required - closing date 11 January 2019

To support our project we need face to face feedback from our visitors. You'll need to ask specific questions on our evaluation forms. This needs to be carried out in a specific way so training will be provided.

WE NEED PEOPLE TO HELP WITH THIS AT ALL OUR EVENTS - BUT YOU'RE NOT EXPECTED TO DO EVERY EVENT - OR DO IT ALONE!



For the Evaluation Role description click HERE

From setting up to cleaning up, serving refreshments or meeting and greeting - this role is varied, fun and you'll get to meet our fabulous visitors! We also like to take part in local events

too!

OUR EVENTS REQUIRE A LARGE POOL OF VOLUNTEERS WHO WE CAN CALL ON.

OUR MAIN SEASON STARTS IN SPRING 2019.


For the Events Role description click HERE

* INTERESTED IN SOCIAL MEDIA?

* HELP SUPPORT A WEBSITE?

* HELP US SET UP A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER?

* HELP DISTRIBUTE LEAFLETS?

* DEVELOP OUR MARKETING STRATEGY?

THIS ROLE OFFERS FLEXIBILITY FOR THOSE WHO NEED TO WORK FROM HOME. POP YOUR NAME ON THE LIST AND WE WILL ORGANISE A MEETING SOON.


For the Marketing Role description click HERE