Bredon's Norton has very active social and village hall organising committees who produce a comprehensive calendar of events throughout the year. These range from musical soirees, quiz evenings and golf days to cricket matches, the Halloween "Spooky Walk" and the very popular "Progressive Supper" evening.
A selection of photos from Bredon's Norton social events can be found on the Gallery page of this site - it's open to villagers and friends but, for privacy reasons needs a password for access. Please see the "Contact" page for how to request a gallery password.
Social Calendar 2019
Progressive Supper Saturday 21st September
Spooky Walk Saturday 2nd November
Christmas Carols Event Saturday 14th December
Extract from June 2019 Newsletter (Issue No. 105)
Anyone for Cricket?
This year is believed to be the 40th Anniversary of the North vs. South Cricket Match. So, we hope it will be a momentous occasion with a record turnout. Who needs Lords to bowl us over?! The date is Sunday July 7th in a field near you, courtesy of the Meadows. It’s a bit earlier in the year than usual so we are hoping for decent weather and plenty of players! The more the merrier – age and lack of expertise no barrier, it’s all part of the fun. Batting will start at 2pm. Chairs and Bar provided.
As usual, this will be followed by delicious Tea & Cakes in the Village Hall at around 4.30pm with a request for a small contribution of £2.50 – all proceeds going to the Village Hall and Church. Volunteers to bake and donate cakes are actively being sought. Please bring them to the Hall on the day. Do make sure you come along to watch this epic match – it’s a delightful afternoon that’s unique to our village.
GIN, JAZZ & GLAMOUR
Got Rhythm? - Then dust off the party frocks and shimmy on down to our Summer Soiree on Saturday 13th July where we invite you to step back in time to the era of the Speakeasy for easy listening, foot tapping (maybe even dancing) hits from the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s with a traditional Jazz Band.
We’ll provide a Scrumptious Supper, too, and the Bar will be trialling various Gins for your delectation. If popular, this might become a fixture! Round up family and friends for an evening to blow away the blues. Tickets will be £15. We’ll be round shortly selling them but limited space means places will be in demand, so ring your Committee Rep to be sure of getting the number you want.