Newbury Church 126 Tower Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Newbury Church is a Brookfield Congregational parish located on Tower Road. For a worship schedule, call Newbury Church…More during regular business hours.
Newbury Village 246 Federal Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Newbury Village is a lovely two- and three-bedroom townhouse community for active adults above the age of 55. The…More 43-acre property is home to 75 luxury residents and spacious clubhouse, complete with a health club, in-ground pool and comfortable lounge. Beautiful model homes are available for viewing every day between 11am and 4pm. For more information regarding floor plans, photo gallery and amenities, visit the comprehensive Web site.
Newbury Inn 1030 Federal Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Newbury Inn, formerly the Twin Tree Inn, is a cozy 46 remodeled guest suite motel situated very near Candlewood Lake.…More Amenities include kitchenettes, Jacuzzis, microwaves, internet access, plasma cable TV, patios, wake up service, complimentary continental breakfast, a business meeting room and much more. Its attractive breakfast lounge is complete with fireplace making it an idea location to host small party events.
The Garden Club of Brookfield 115 Pocono Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 The Garden Club of Brookfield, part of the National and New England Regional Federation of Garden Clubs, is a community…More group dedicated to promoting community beautification and gardening. The club meets monthly, and hosts monthly events. A program schedule is available to view on the website. Attend a meeting at the Newbury Congregational Church community room, at the corner of Route 133 and Tower Road, every third Thursday of the month at 10am. Contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congregational Church of Brookfield 160 Whisconier Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Meetings at the present-day Congregational Church began in 1752, making the church a historical structure. Then called…More the Newbury House, it was a place for those to gather who sought spiritual comfort and belonging, and had roughly 50 members. Presently the church thrives as a United Church of Christ, which is of the Protestant denomination, and through the word of Jesus Christ, aspires to share the fellowship of growing Christians.