The Villagers Community and Sports Foundation registered charity No (1161711) was established to provide a registered body that can liaise with Leeds City Council and other statutory and potential funding bodies to help us deliver our aims and objectives.
The aims of the foundation are to promote participation in healthy recreation by creating, developing and providing better social, sporting and community facilities for the people of Bramley and wider LS13 area.
The improvement of the club facilities will enable us to promote our offering to a wider audience and on the whole increase the number of actual activities that we can provide for the community.
We aim to give adults and children the chance to reach their full potential and enjoy a more active lifestyle. To do this the club will continue to provide a secure and happy environment where people are welcomed, valued and respected regardless of their age, gender, race, beliefs, disability or sexual orientation.
We are looking for volunteers to help us achieve our aims. If you are interested in helping the club either with day to day tasks or becoming involved in club activites then please contact us we would love to hear from you.
We have established partnerships with a number of local community groups and want to build on this by partnering and helping more groups in our community. By working together everyone can achieve much more and a lot quicker. If you are involved with a community group and have an idea of how we could work together then please contact us.
Some of the community groups we have been proud to work with include:
– Bramley Elderly Action
– Bramley War Memorial
– Aim Education
– Bramley Sapphires Majorettes
– Bramley Buffaloes Rugby League Club
– Bramley Junior Rugby League Club
– Bramley Phoenix Junior Football Club