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New Sunday Market coming to Bromyard

Local producers will be joining forces with the famous Digbeth Dining Club to celebrate the Jubilee weekend and launch a new food market in historic Bromyard. The Bromyard Dining Club will be FREE to enter and take place on the Saturday of the 70th Jubilee Weekend (4th June, 4 pm -10 pm). The street food extraordinaire will boast Cleopatra’s Kitchen, Yard Birds, Gyoza Gyoza, Urban Cheesecake and Flats Doughnuts. Wye […]

today15 May 2022 10


Bromyard branding and regeneration plans cause a stir

The new branding and regeneration plans for Bromyard have caused quite a stir amongst local residents with some taking to social media to make their concerns known. Although their were a few that supported the new plans the majority voiced concerns about the plans such as the backwards D in the name Bromyard (Taken from the bushel in the Norman church) and also the artwork to be placed at several […]

today12 April 2022 17


Fundraising update for Tizer (Wayne Tizzard)

Wayne started his journey to Spain to commence his treatment last week. The fundraising efforts of the local community and also the kindness of those further away has been outstanding. After initially looking to raise £40,000, that target was quickly surpassed and now stands at £50,795 (as of 11th April) This is whilst we await more events that have been organised to raise money for Tizer. This includes a bingo […]

today11 April 2022 23 2


Bromyard Cricket Club T20 Fundraiser Success

Fantastic turnout on Saturday 9th April at Bromyard Cricket Club & a brilliant job done by Greg Leighton, Luke Johnston, Graham Godsall, James Hine & Tracy Harris for organising & setting up. A last minute auction turned about to be huge success, raising an amazing £1,915 for Wayne Tizzard despite only having 7 prizes Huge thanks to everyone who helped and donated these. Also a massive thank you to Mark […]

today11 April 2022 4


Help Wayne Get Treatment

Local man Wayne Tizzard needs our help to raise money for his operation. Please Bromyard do your thing! Please keep checking back for details of more fundraising events! BINGO!!!! There will be a bingo held to raise funds for Wayne (Tizer) Tizzards desperately needed medical treatment. This will be held at QUEEN ELIZABETH SCHOOL on FRIDAY 15th APRIL, eyes down at 7:30 sharp. If you would like to donate a […]

today15 March 2022 128


Bromyard Horse racing syndicate get big win

On what was a cold night in Wolverhampton (Monday 7th March) A Bromyard based Horse racing syndicate came out big winners in a race that in truth could not have started worse. Several members of the Twenty Stars partnership made their way to Wolverhampton to watch their horse 'Clap Your Hands' race at the all weather track in the big race of the day. After a terrible start the horse […]

today8 March 2022 1576 2


Bromyard’s Fantastic response to the Ukraine crisis

The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has prompted local people to spring into action to send much needed to supplies to people displaced by the war. Collection points included the Totally Community charity shop which was organised by Monika Malysz, who has worked at the shop for many years supporting various charities in Bromyard.   A collection point was also set up at Bromyard Travel Services where owners Jason & […]

today5 March 2022 37


Local fruit growers win national award

The National Arable & Grassland Awards 2022 were held last night (25th February 2022) in London, and we had some fantastic news for local fruit grower Rob & Henry Hancocks! The pair won the Fruit Grower of the Year Category beating many other growers from all over the country. The Farm based in between Bromyard & Bishops Frome grows fruit that is used in the production of Celtic Marches beverages […]

today25 February 2022 78


Storm Eunice hits Bromyard

Friday saw high winds and rain showers hit Bromyard with the arrival of Storm Eunice. Gusts of wind of up to 66mph were recorded in the area, although the town seemed to miss the worst of it with the south of England affected the most. Gusts of around 122mph were recorded on the Isle of Wight. Several fallen trees caused temporary road closures and there were reports of a caravan […]

today19 February 2022 6