An ad hoc group of interested local people who came together to mark the 90th anniversary of an important event in Labour Movement, Canal and Braunston history.
Local Scout Group for boys and girls aged between 8-18
A group of volunteers who have adopted a stretch of the Grand Union Canal in Braunston and work alongside the Canals and River Trust to improve the environment
Braunston History Society looks after the village archives and have regular talks on a variety of subjects of a historical nature.
We field two Saturday teams in the Northamptonshire Cricket league, one in the Rugby Midweek league and a Sunday friendly XI. In the winter we net at Parker Academy in Daventry
Amateur dramatics society who put on 2 shows per year in Braunston
An informal singing group. We sing all genres of music . We meet every fortnight in the church parish rooms.
The Association offers a unique opportunity to experience real French life with villagers in our twin village of Quincy-Voisins. west of Paris
The BVGA likes to celebrate all things to do with gardening in Braunston and the local area.
Local group of National Federation of WI's promoting friendship, support and learning of new skills
An open area in the centre of the village available to residents and visitors.
Braunston's friendly community cafe run entirely by volunteers. Any profits donated to local charitable causes
We own, maintain & exhibit the historic narrowboats Raymond and Nutfield. The boats are based in Braunston Marina.
Braunston branch. Anyone can be a member - you don't have to have served in The Forces!
This organisation has been set up by Roving Canal Traders, with the aim of giving a voice to the small traders on the canals of the UK.