Bradpole Community Groups

Community groups form the backbone of our local society and there are many possible sources of funding available to these groups.

Community Groups can be involved in all sorts of ways within the civil parish such as working in collaboration with the parish council to manage and enhance our important green spaces.

Bradpole Parish Council is keen to encourage and facilitate the formation of such groups within the Community.

If you want to know more about creating such a Group contact the Parish Council who can give you support and guidance.

If you already have a Community based group here and would like to have some details of your activities posted on this page please let us know.

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Here are some of the Groups normally active within our Community:



Bradpole Village Hall ManagementCommittee

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The Village Hall is managed by a Charitable Trust.

It is regularly used by local clubs and associations but can also be hired for private functions.

Access is available for the disabled.

Address: Higher Street, Bradpole, DT6 3JA


SEE Our Bradpole Village Hall Page for detailed information.


Getting Bradpole Buzzing

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We are a small group of Bradpole residents who would like to see our village looking a little brighter and more wildlife friendly.

We are working with Bradpole Council to introduce more bee friendly indigenous plants to Bradpole’s open spaces.

Would you like to join us?

We’d love support with:

– Practical help with planting

– Offers of wild plants and seeds from your garden

– Suggestions and general support

Please contact Email:

Or Tel: Rose Van den Akker on 01308 425756


Holy Trinity Church

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For information and more photos visit Holy Trinity Church .

Details of services and other items of interest about Bradpole’s Holy Trinity Church can also be found on the Bridport Team Website:


The Bells of Holy Trinity and Bradpole Ringers

Holy Trinity Church has a peal of eight bells.

Bradpole Ringers practise from 7.30 to 9pm each Tuesday. Visitors are most welcome, whether they can ring or not (there are no stairs). We are, of course, always looking for new recruits but you will not be pressured. If you would like to visit, please call Peter Carnell (tower Captain) on 01308 420716.

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The Friends of Holy Trinity Church

A registered charity concerned with the preservation and upkeep of Bradpole’s Holy Trinity Church.

Visit the Friends’ page here which is full of interesting facts about the church:

The Friends of Holy Trinity Church


King Charles Residents’ Association

The Residents’ Association is open to everyone who lives in Jessopp Avenue and roads leading therefrom, King Charles Way and that part of Lee Lane adjacent to Jessopp Avenue
“We would warmly welcome more members and new committee members or people with ideas for new activities”
Contact Joint Secretaries:
tel. 01308  424232
Margie Savory:
tel.01308  421124


‘Tots @ Ten’

Parents and carers meet with others with pre-school children for coffee and a chat in Holy Trinity Church

from 10 ~ 11.30 every Wednesday in term time.


Tuesday Club

The club meets every Tuesday in Bradpole Village Hall at 6p.m. in term time.

“6~11 year olds have all the fun!”


Village Lunch Club

The club is organised by Holy Trinity church but is open to anyone and is held in the King’s Head pub.

Lunches are normally served on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month but confirmation of the dates can be found in “The Bridge” magazine.

Prices are at a special rate and are very reasonable. You will be welcome to come and enjoy lunch and to socialise with others.


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