This group is run by volunteers and takes place in Brightwalton Village hall on Tuesdays (during term time) 9am to 10.45am. There's a wide variety of toys available including ride-on-toys, a ball pit, climbing frame, soft play shapes, tunnels, tents, a baby area (which can be put in place quickly), kitchen set up and accessories. There are also crafts, colouring, chalking, books and music sessions which are rotated on a weekly basis and access to a large playing field on sunny days.
Brightwalton Village has benefited from its own preschool which runs from the Village Hall . They have been delivery a unique learning experience for Preschool children for over 30 years. Please visit their website here for contact details and latest news.
Brightwalton C.E. Primary School (5 - 11 years)
Details on this school can be found here. Why not join the School Parent's Facebook Group to keep in the know too.
Young Farmers (10 - 26 years)
Shefford Young Farmers meet regularly on Wednesdays at Brightwalton Village Hall, 7.30-9.00pm.
The club is open to all young people between the ages of 10-26 years old. We have members coming from most of the local villages and schools.
We have a wide variety of meetings from talks, farm walks, practical meetings like pheasant plucking, cooking, pottery and also visits to local businesses. Every year there is a weekend camp for all members to go on. The 2018 Brightwalton meeting calendar includes an American Evening, Stock Judging with a twist and Bees, along with the YF Picnic in July. Details of the meetings can be found on the Village Calendar.
We also raise money each year for charity by carol singing. Members have the opportunity to meet up with the other YFC Clubs in the County, Newbury and Bradfield, for social evenings and competitions. For older members there are lots of national events that they can join in with. In 2016 we had 12 members attend the National AGM at Blackpool for the weekend and 7 members went on the National YFC skiing trip.
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