Patrick Brompton is a village in the Richmondshire District of North Yorkshire. It is situated approximately four miles from Bedale on the A684. The village was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, completed in 1086.
The village is ideally situated to access both Wensleydale and Swaledale, two of Yorkshire's most attractive dales.
We hope you will enjoy browsing around our website and that the information it contains will be both helpful and interesting.
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Message from PB Parish Council and Patrick Brompton Community Events Committee
January 2022 update
We hope that you are staying safe and well. There is a huge increase in cases of the Omnicrom variant. There have been a number of positive cases in the village so please ensure you continue to be vigilant, following Government guidelines and 'rules'.
As of 30th November, revised rules have come in to place regarding a/ the wearing of facemasks in shops and on transport. b/ International travel and c/ isolation for those in contact with a positive case of the Omnicron variant.
Please become familiar with what is required.
Many villagers will now be receiving the booster Covid 19 vaccinations along with flu jabs.
Please keep an eye on this village website (www.patrickbrompton.com) and noticeboards for messages.
Events in the village are returning and any events will be posted to the right of this home page.
Please get in touch with any of us if you require help.
Helen 07979023608 (PBCEC): Grahame (PBPC): 07774145256
We encourage villagers to contact any of the numbers listed below of Councillors or the Community Events Committee, if there is a particular difficulty that cannot be supported by neighbours.
Grahame Shepherd 07774145256 PBPC
Brian Whitehead 07999374111 PBPC
David Chapman 07527699494 PBPC
Derek Stratton 07922035418 PBPC
Richard Darbishire 07711013359 PBPC
Helen Whitehead 07979023608 PBCEC
Educational Support Grants available to the young people in the village.
The Atkinson and Clarke Educational Foundation is designed to promote educational opportunities for young people living in the Parish Council areas of Patrick Brompton and Newton-Le Willows.
Trustees are responsible for giving financial assistance for educational purposes.
Applications are invited from children and young people for grant support for educational activities.
The next deadline for grant applications is 20th January 2022
All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.
Applications forms for financial support from the Foundation can be requested from the Treasurer:-
Mrs B. Ormston
Tel 01677 450255
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Newton-le-Willows Church of England Educational Trust promotes the education of people from the parish of St. Patrick’s with Hunton (Newton-le-Willows, Patrick Brompton and Hunton) and to further the religious and charitable work of St. Patrick’s church.
They hold three meetings each year where applications are considered.
For further information and application forms, please contact
Mrs Margaret O’Grady
Telephone 01677 450274
Fish and Chip Van
Attending on Wednesdays on a fortnightly basis, it will park in the village, on Pastures Green, between 4.30pm and 5.30pm.
Contact Matthew to pre-order either by
e mail email@example.com
or by telephone 07513315626
Next date:- Wednesday 26th January 2022
Please note that dates and details for ordering oil via the local co-operative can be found on the Residents Information page of this website.
The next deadline for ordering is:- 18th February 2022
Floodlighting your church.
Have you ever thought about donating to the floodlighting of your local church to commemorate a special occasion or person in your life? Take a look on the church pages of this website to find out how.
Home Page updated as of 12/1/2022
St Patrick's Church News can be found on the newsletters section of church pages.
Newton Le Willows Village Website
For further information about our neighbouring village and the events in the village hall
click on this link
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