Abbots Bromley

Abbots Bromley is a village in Staffordshire, England. It is famous for the annual Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. It is also the home of one of the Woodard Schools, Abbots Bromley School for Girls (formerly known as the School of S. Mary and S. Anne)and Richard Clarke Primary School. The parish includes Bagot's Wood the largest remaining part of the Needwood Forest and Blithfield Reservoir.

Phil Drabble's Goats Lodge nature reserve is there.

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Hobby Horse - Customs - Britain - Morris and Other Ritual Dance
... reinterpreted the hobby horse this hooden horse is a zebra The Abbots Bromley hobby horse "undressed" (from Folk-Lore, 1896) The original Abbots Bromley hobby horse in costume, c.1976 A hobby horse is ... A hobby horse takes part in the ancient Abbots Bromley Horn Dance ...
Abbots Bromley School For Girls
... Abbots Bromley School (formerly known as the School of S ... Anne, Abbots Bromley) is an independent, fee-paying school for girls aged 3–18 and for boys aged 3-11 located in the village of Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, England ...
Abbots Bromley - Sport
... Abbots Bromley has a village cricket club (ABCC) that has 1st XI 2nd XI and numerous junior squads ... Abbots Bromley also has a fast developing football team, Abbots Bromley FC (www.abstags.co.uk) They are nicknamed 'The Stags' ... league in division 2 and play their home games at the Abbots Bromley school for girls complex named 'The Lowers' The Stags are sponsored by G4S, a national security company and fleximas, a local business based ...
Edward Clarke Lowe - Woodard Schools
... Mary, Devon, whose sister Alice Mary Coleridge played a major part int the setting up of Abbots Bromley School for Girls ... Anne at Abbots Bromley in 1874 ... College and Ellesmere College for boys as well as the two Abbots Bromley schools for Girls – St Anne and later St Mary ...