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Welcome to Bradmore Village

A warm welcome to the website for Bradmore Village in Nottinghamshire. This website acts as both a portal of information from our ParishCouncil and also as a source of information for village residents andvisitors alike. We hope that you find everything that you are looking for but if not do contacts us.

Bradmore is a village and civil parish in the Rushcliffe district of Nottinghamshire with a population of 320. It is just to the south of Ruddington, on the A60. Nearby places are Keyworth, Bunny, Ruddington and Gotham.


The Borough Council is Rushcliffe Borough Council

The County Council is Nottinghamshire County Council

Please Note: We are currently in the process of migrating information from our old website to this one and as such you may find some areas of the site under development.

Latest Parish News

Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations


June 2022
Poster - Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Bradmore Events Group

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Saturday June 4th 18:30 - 23:00.

Bradmore Events Group warmly welcomes villagers, their family and friends to attend the village celebrations for the Queen's platinum jubilee.

The event takes place courtesy of Roger and Chris Downer, with the marquee event held in their garden. Please bring your own evening picnic, cutlery, glasses, plates and drinks to enjoy in the marquee.

Tickets strictly limited to 100;

  • Table seating will be available for all (10 tables seating 10 people).
  • Toilets will be available on site.
  • Fancy dress is encouraged, but the dress code is casual.

Tickets are only available by advanced purchase (on a First Come First Served Basis) and are priced;

  • £10 - Adults
  • £5 - Children aged 12 and under.


  • Helen Shipman - 07970 592861


  • "Johnny Victory" sings songs from across the decades and is performing from 7:30 - 9:00pm.
  • Local blues band "Better Than Nothing" will then keep you entertained and dancing though until 11pm. x

£330 for the Salvation Army

Village News


January 2021
The Salvation Army Logo

In a normal year the collection would have taken place during the annual village carol singing evening, With thanks to Mark and Jackie for organising the collection in a COVID-secure way this year.

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