Bramley Village Society

Bramley, not to be confused with Bramley in Hampshire, is a village and civil parish about three miles south of Guildford in the Borough of Waverley in Surrey, south east England. Most of the parish lies in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Bramley Village Society (BVS) is a charity with a remit to maintian and improve Bramley's material and social fabric.

Meeting 4th August

06 August 2022

Minutes of last Thurdays’ meeting can be found here

Please note: There is no meeting in September - we will all be busy preparing for the Ploughman’s Lunch, to which you are cordially invited.
However, should you wish to help us with the Ploughman’s Lunch we are meeting on Thursday the 25th of August to finalise arrangements and would be very happy to see you (time and location of meeting TBD). Please contact us if you can help.

Ploughmans' Lunch

10 July 2022

Saturday 10th September 12:30 - 14:30
Admission £6 to include lunch and your first drink. Children age 11 and under free entry.

Come and meet your fellow Bramley residents whilst enjoying a simple lunch of bread, cheese, pork pie and salad with a glass of Bramley cider, wine or soft drink.
The Bramley Village Society holds the lunch annually as a social event for all residents of the parish. This year the lunch is being held in the garden of Mill Cottage, Mill Lane, Bramley, by kind permission of Stuart and Camilla White. This is a family event and caters for all generations. There will be competitions for the children.
Please note:

  • Mill Cottage has a number of open streams and ponds, as you can see from the views above, so children will need to be supervised at all times.
  • Parking is very limited, so if driving please park in the villge and enjoy the walk up Mill Lane.