|Additional Meet |
|We return to this most rewarding of sites where the hall is available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 7.30pm. The village fete should be on Saturday morning and the Three Hills Walk on Bank Holiday Monday.
This year the meet has a big change. The normal Saturday evening dance will be a Barn Dance to which all of the local villagers are to be invited. The village hall committee have suggested that a bar & food will be provided and whilst Home Counties members will not need to pay for the dance, we will be expected to contribute towards the cost of the food at £5 per head and buy our own drinks.
This is an opportunity for promoting our activities to non-members, so please come.
|Bus Stops||Click Here|
|Address||Brailes Village Hall and playing field |
Castle Hill Lane
|Post code||OX15 5AS|
|Directions||From Banbury take the B4035 for approximately 11 miles. Go through the village of Brailes, passing a school on the right. In 200yds take the next turn on the right into Castle Hill Lane immediately after a playgound and the village hall. The site entrance is in 300 yds on the right.|
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One of our most popular venues, Brailes is on the edge of the Cotswolds Hills. A great site for children with playing fields and a public play park adjoining the site.
In the area
Shipston-on-Stour - 7 miles from site - small market town.
Upton House and Gardens - National Trust, near Banbury - Postcode OX15 6HT - 15 miles from site. See the red and silver art deco bathroom and get close to art works in the house. Walk around the stunning gardens.
Banbury - 11 miles from site. One of the best-known towns in England, for good shopping. Banbury Museum is situated in an attractive canal-side location in the centre of Banbury. Museum has exciting modern displays illustrating Banburys history. These include the Civil War, the Victorian market town and the Oxford Canal and Tooleys Boatyard.
Chastleton - National Trust, near Moreton-in-Marsh - Postcode GL56 0SU - 23 miles from site. A rare gem of a Jacobean country house, built between 1607 and 1612. Pease check Opening times 01494 755560