Bradmore is a village and civil parish in the Rushcliffe district of Nottinghamshire with a population of 320. It is just to the south of Ruddington, on the A60. Nearby places are Keyworth, Bunny, Ruddington and Gotham.
Bunny School and Nursery is a small school of around 80 children from Bunny and Bradmore. Secondary school children go to South Wolds School, in nearby Keyworth. The great fire of Bradmore happened on 2 July 1705 when many of the village cottages along Far Street and Main Street were destroyed. The 300th anniversary of the great fire was celebrated on Saturday 2 July 2005.
Bradmore Methodist Church and Community Hall was extensively modernised in 2003 and is a popular centre for village activities, being also available for private functions. The Methodist Church has services every Sunday at 10:15 as well as a Sunday School (for 5-11s) and Sunday morning youth group (for 11+). The Methodist Church is home to Bradmore Youth Project a youth club for ages 9–16. There are many activities at the community hall including monthly Bradmore lunches, 3Cs Saturday coffee morning, Women's Institute, Yoga classes, Craft group.