• Bramcote Hall, home of the Smith family 1860s

  • Chapel Street, Bramcote

  • Town Street, Bramcote showing village school and children

  • Town Street

  • The Manor House

  • The "Pearson Bridge"

  • King George's Park from St. Michael's spire

  • Looking across Derby Road to the village

  • The White Lion



Our Spring programme of presentations, which concluded mid-May, was very well supported.

During the summer months, various visits and guided walks have been arranged for members only.

The next presentation open to guests will take place at 3pm on Monday September 2nd in St. Michael’s Church Centre, Bramcote – our usual venue. Brian Lund will be introducing us to Edwardian Nottingham and showing how the city has changed. Please note that this is an additional afternoon event.

Our Autumn programme commences on Monday September 19th at 8pm when James Wright will speak about the recent excavations at Strelley Hall.

From June, we are embarking on our next major research project. The recent release of the 1921 census has encouraged to look at Bramcote in the 1920s. We want to “paint a picture” of what life was like here about 100 years ago and hope that many will want to contribute to this project. Please turn to the research section of this website for further details.


Usual  Arrangements

St Michael’s Church Centre, Church Street,
Bramcote, Nottingham NG9 3HD

Speaker meetings are held in March, April, May, September, October, and November, on the third Monday of the month. 8pm start, all welcome from 7.40pm. See the programme for details.

In the summer months there are outdoor guided walks and other events open to members.



Membership of Bramcote History Group from October 2021 is £12 per year which now includes free admission to meetings.

We are a lively and friendly group holding meetings which are both informative and enjoyable. Our main area of interest is Bramcote, although some of our meetings cover other local areas of interest. We conduct regular research into aspects of Bramcote’s history.

Visitors are always welcome at our speaker meetings with a suggested donation of £2.50 (members free). Please do come along or contact us for more information.