Bramley Challenge – share your skills, celebrate local talent

Get involved in the Bramley Challenge – a chance to share skills and celebrate local talent with something you have made.Edna Rose, overall winner of Bramley Challenge 2015, with her fabulous knitted cuckoo clock.

Bramley Challenge is a chance to show traditional skills and it’s a great fundraiser for BEA.

Bramley Challenge 2016 will be at Bramley Lawn (off Rossefield Approach) Saturday 1 October 2016.

The work entered goes on display for the public to enjoy from 12-3.

Who can enter Bramley Challenge?

  • Open to anyone aged 60 or over
  • Also now open to Under 60’s

Bramley Challenge – categories

You can enter in any of the following categories:

  1. Art (open)
  2. Baking (open)
  3. Knitting (open)
  4. Stitchwork (open)
  5. Beadwork (open)
  6. Poetry (open)
  7. Photography (any size prints)
  8. Jam/marmalade
  9. Pickles/chutney

If you have a skill not mentioned in our list please enter your item – we’ll find a judge!

Entering Bramley Challenge

  • You can put in up to 6 entries
  • It’s 50p per entry – money raised supports BEA’s work
  • Return your entry form by 31 August – you can use the online form below, or download and print out this leaflet and form and return it to BEA
  • Please attach your name to the back or underside of your entry
  • Let us know if you’re happy for your entries to be sold to raise money for BEA
  • All entries must be at Bramley Lawn by 9.30 on 1 October
  • The judges word is final.

Good luck to all entrants

Bramley Challenge – entry form