Parish council

Bramham cum Oglethorpe Parish Council


Bramham (or more properly Bramham cum Oglethorpe) is a thriving village of 1800 people.  It is located just off the A1(M) about 4 miles south of Wetherby, and is about half way between Leeds and York. The aim of the parish council is to ensure that our community continues to be an attractive and safe environment in which to live.

The number of Councillors making up a parish council varies with the size of the parish – in Bramham there are nine.  These Parish Councillors have no party political affiliations. They are elected to serve for a period of four years and Bramham’s council meets on the first Wednesday of each month, except for the month of August.  Their work is entirely voluntary; no councillor receives any payment for attending the meetings. Details of the current Parish Councillors can be found by clicking on this link.

Contact information

Nancy Fairbairn
Parish Clerk

Bramham Parish Council
Bramham Pavilion
Freely Lane
LS23 6RR

Phone:  07471 162307



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