Kings Bromley clubs and organisations
- All Saints
- Allied Special Forces Memorial
- Bell Ringers
- Bowling Club
- Churchyard Team
- Cricket Club
- Football Club
- Gardening Guild
- Horticultural Society
- Kings Bromley Show Society
- Kings Bromley STOP HS2 Group
- Neighbourhood Watch
- Parish Council
- Pre School
- Richard Crosse School
- Ridware Young Farmers Club
- Royal British Legion
- Snooker Club
- Theatre Group
- Tweenies, Toddlers and Parents Group
- United Charities
- Village Hall
- Wednesday Club
- Women's Institute
- Your Organisation
- Youth Club
If your Kings Bromley club or organisation is not yet listed here, why not supply us with your details so that we can add you to our pages?
All SaintsThe church in Kings Bromley is situated on Yoxall Road and is dedicated to All Saints.
It was originally in a Norman style, but has been enlarged and repaired in various styles over the years.
The tower has 6 bells and the church contains some very beautiful stained glass windows including a special millennium commission.
The patron is Lord Leigh, Bishop of Lichfield and Dean and Chapter of Lichfield jointly.
The church can be floodlit, perhaps in memory of a loved one or for a special birthday or anniversary, the cost is £1 per hour. Please contact Glen Wright - 01543 472622.
Allied Special Forces MemorialWe are a registered charity creating the Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove at the National Memorial Arboretum. Our registered address is at Kings Bromley Marina.
BeaversThe Beavers is open to boys and girls, aged 6 to 7 years of age. We have two Beaver colonies. Meetings are held weekly, during term time, at St Peter's School, Yoxall on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm For further information, please contact Angela Burns on 07976 814523
Bell RingersWe are a small group of ringers, of all ages (11 plus) and all abilities. We ring for Sunday services and on practice night. Practices take place at 7.30 pm on Thursdays. On the first and third Thursdays at Mavesyn Ridware, on the second and fourth Thursdays at Kings Bromley and on fifth Thursdays at Hoar Cross. For more information contact Andrew and Anne Ogden on 07970389590
Bowling ClubThe bowling club has a bowling green in Manor Park and new members are always welcome. During the winter months the club continue to meet with regular whist drives at the Village Hall. See the village diary for details
Kings Bromley Bowling Club
Would you like to bowl?
If so, why not join them - just come along and give it a try
- Excellent green and club house facilities
- Friendly matches with neighbouring clubs
- New friends to bowl with
- Club cup opportunities
- Fortnightly bowls drives
- Social bowling
- Social events throughout the season
- Fun and an excellent way to learn to bowl[i]
For more information contact the Club Secretary David Coglan on 01543 472178.
Churchyard TeamThis group of around 12 gentlemen, whose average age is 78, meet every Wednesday between 10.00 am and 12.15 pm, with a mid morning coffee break, at All Saints Church. The group meets every week, except Christmas and New Year, come rain or shine , and only very severe weather keeps them at home. Newcomers are always welcome, of any age, to do as much or as little as they choose. For details contact David Coglan via the Parish Clerk
Meet at church every Wed 10 - 12.15
Cricket ClubThe Cricket Club has a pitch and club house down Crawley Lane, Kings Bromley.
Full details of their activities are available from - Colin Davies on 0777 6302734
CubsThe Cubs is open to boys and girls, aged 8 to 10 years of age. We have two cub packs. Meetings are held weekly, during term time, at St Peter's School, Yoxall on a Monday evening from 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm and on a Thursday evening from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm. For further information, please contact Angela Burns on 07976 814523
Football ClubLichfield Athletic Football Club - a very active and enthusiastic group of young people who play in various leagues (Burton & Tamworth). They train and play matches on the Horticultural Society Show Field weekly and have several young teams ranging from 8 years to under 15’s, including the Little Lions who meet every Sunday morning and train from the age of 4 to 8 years.
Gardening GuildThe Gardening Guild holds monthly meetings and activities throughout the year. Further details are available from Allan Howard on 01543 472720
HistoriansA group of people with a keen interest in local history.
Visit the new web site at http://kbhistorians.btck.co.uk/
For more information please contact Mrs Val Price - 472941
Horticultural SocietyThe Horticultural Society's main event is the organising of the Kings Bromley Show each summer. Full details are available on the website:- www.kingsbromleyshow.co.uk. For details of the regular activities of the Horticultural Society please contact the secretary - Judith Berry on tel. 01543 472441
Kings Bromley Show SocietyKings Bromley Show is one of the longest running shows in Staffordshire and is organised by the Kings Bromley & District Horticultural Society.
The show takes places on the fourth Saturday in July each year, on the show field, Crawley Lane, Kings Bromley, and regularly attracts between 2000 and 2500 visitors.
The show provides a full day out for all the family from 9.30 to 5.00. Trade, craft, amusement, food and beverage stands. Dog Show, and lots else to see and do.
Competitive classes for: Art, Cookery, Crafts, Horticulture, Photography, Treasured Vehicles, Young Crafts and Woodworking. Visit the show website for full schedule of competitive classes, entertainments and admission charges.
Contact: Judith Berry
Telephone: 01543 472441
Kings Bromley STOP HS2 GroupKings Bromley Stop HS2 Action Group have recently joined with other local Action Groups to concentrate on Phase 2 of HS2 as well as continue the opposition to Phase 1. The new Joint Action Groups consist of Kings Bromley, The Ridwares and Colton. If anyone else would like to join us, there is always room for more and fresh ideas!
For future fundraising events to support the cause locally and nationally is the events diary. Please get in touch for more details. There will also be a music event in Colton during June ... more details to follow
Your local contact number for Stop HS2 Action Group is Joy Fielding - 07867501743. Link to website - http://kingsbromleystophs2.blogspot.co.uk/
Neighbourhood WatchA network of residents who are alerted to local crimes, scams and cons; who pass this to their neighbours; who know what to be suspicious of and how to feed this to the authorities via the Village Co-ordinator. The most apparently insignificant bit of information can be that which completes the picture for the Police.
For details of the scheme and to know your street co-ordinator, please contact the Village Watch Co-Ordinator - Robert Gilmour on 01543 473578.
For emergency matters(such as crime in progress or particularly agressive callers) call the Police first on 999.
For non emergency matters(such as suspicious persons or intruders) call the Police Non-Emergency number 101.
Parish CouncilInformation on the parish council is available from the parish clerk:-
Ian Colclough. Tel 07751 603 031 (Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm)
Pre SchoolThe Pre School meets in the Village Hall on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, during term time from 9.30 am to 12.00 noon. For further details please contact Tina Martin - 0771 677 9289
Richard Crosse SchoolThe Richard Crosse Church of England School is situated in Crawley Lane and is a Voluntary Aided co-educational day school with approximately 120 pupils on roll. It is a 3 to 11 Primary School providing a high quality education within a well-balanced and broadly based curriculum for children in their Early Years through to Year 6 and is federated with St. Mary's Church of England Primary School, Colton. The schools operate under the direction of a single Federated Governing Body.
The school is organised into five classes, which are accommodated both in the main school house, a listed building of great character and interest, and two satellite classrooms. There has been a school building on the same site in Kings Bromley since 1815. Prior to that, a school stood on the opposite side of the Lichfield Road.
We aim to set high standards all round. Children will be given the opportunities to develop themselves to the full, academically, socially, and as members of a caring society. We endeavour to ensure that the children have a secure and stable foundation for their future lives.
The Christian ethos of the school, with its emphasis on personal development and conduct is a vital element in this, and one which gives us stability and assurance in a rapidly changing world.
We are in a strong position to embrace all the opportunities the 21st century has to offer, providing a modern and relevant education whilst maintaining traditional values.
You are most welcome to contact the school to make an appointment to visit us and to learn at first hand how the school works and what we have to offer.
Ridware Young Farmers ClubRidware YFC is a group of young persons aged between 14 and 26 from the surrounding area, who currently meet on Wednesday evenings.
There are opportunities to travel the work, learn new skills, build your confidence, work as part of a team and most importantly, make new friends and have lots of fun.
Remember - you don't need to be a farmer, live on a farm, or even own a pair of wellies to join.
Royal British LegionFor information please contact the Parish Clerk
ScoutsThe Foresters Scout Group is open to boys and girls, aged 10 to 14 years of age. There are 2 Scout Troops, both meet at St Peters School in Yoxall. The first meets on a Tuesday 7.15pm - 8.45pm and the second one on a Thursday 7.45pm - 9.15pm For further information, please contact Angela Burns on 07976 814523
Snooker ClubThe club has two tables in the Village Hall. We play friendly snooker and it is an opportunity to meet friends and neighbours socially. New members are welcome. Details from Secretary - Tony Rich, or pop along to the club one Monday or Thursday evening.
SpeedwatchInformation about Community Speedwatch in Kings Bromley can be obtained from Staffordshire Police on tel. 08453 30 20 10
Theatre GroupThis group of like minded people, make regular outings to theatres near and far to see plays, shows and productions of all types. Further details are available from Mrs M Weaver.
Tweenies, Toddlers and Parents GroupContact Jenny Proctor on
The group meets on a Thursday term time from 9am till 11.30am in the village hall.
It's a stay and play session which is parent lead .
Refreshments provided at £1 per child
Occasionally they meet up in the school holidays
United CharitiesKings Bromley United Charity (Charity Number 1020119)
The Charity is an amalgamation of a number of bequests left in wills
or gifts given in people's lifetime over the years. The Charity's main
purpose now is to maintain three almshouses in Manor Road, Kings
Bromley, and supports the residents of these houses.
For further information, please contact Alison Howard, the Secretary
to the Trustees, on 01543 472720.
Village HallThe Village Hall is situated on Alrewas Road, close to the centre of Kings Bromley. The hall has good parking and a grassed area behind where the parish council has installed play equipment.
Inside the hall there is a main hall, bar area, kitchen and toilets downstairs and a snooker room upstairs.
The village hall is well used by a wide range of village organisations, including the parish council, pre school, Christadelphians, Gardening Guild, Women's Institute, Horticultural Society, to name just a few. Activities at the hall can be viewed on the on-line calendar.
To enquire about booking the Village Hall, please contact our Booking Clerk (Maria Farrington) on 07973 854394, all other enquiries should be made to Julie Bamber on 01543 473339.
Wednesday ClubThe Kings Bromley Wednesday Club is for the more mature members of the village and holds regular meetings, events and outings. Further details can be obtained from Belinda Allen on 01543 472043
Women's InstituteKings Bromley Women's Institute has been in existence for over 80 years and new members are always welcome. Meetings are usually on the first Thursday in the month, with the exception of August when there is no meeting.
For further information please pop along to a meeting.
YogaYoga classes take place every Thursday at the Village Hall (upstairs) from 8pm
For further information or to join, please call Tracy 01543 473526.