Bromölla municipality has a varied range of detached houses, flats and tenant-owner housing. The largest landlord is
BromöllaHem, with around 800 flats throughout the municipality. In the population centre of Bromölla, there is also the landlord
Sydbo Fastigheter offering housing to rent.
Language groups in the locality
There are many different language groups, partly because the municipality has received refugees for a long time. Some of the major languages are Arabic, Somali, Thai and Dari.
Associations and organisations
There are lots of different associations in Bromölla municipality, such as sports clubs and cultural associations, and many persons take part in their activities. On the
municipality’s website you can read more about the associations. Information about the associations can be found in the
What is available in the immediate area
Bromölla town has an employment service, integration unit, social services office, library, tourism office, sports halls, indoor swimming pool and various types of shops, as well as banks and a pharmacy. The library also has an information office for consumer advice. The largest food shops are within walking distance of Bromölla centre.
Bromölla also has a well-stocked second-hand shop, and a second-hand shop for children operated by the municipality. Näsum has a subsidiary library and food shops. Social insurance and the tax authority have offices in Kristianstad.
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Bromölla municipality has
municipal nursery schools in several locations. There are no private alternatives. In Bromölla municipality, you also have the option to have childcare in the evenings, at night, and during daytime at weekends, if you are working at these times. Children of parents who are on parental leave or looking for work are entitled to spend 3 hours every day at the nursery school, or 15 hours per week.
Comprehensive and upper secondary schools
Comprehensive school is obligatory for all children aged 7–16 years. There are pre-school classes for children aged 6 years, and these are voluntary. In Bromölla municipality, there are schools for pre-school to year 6 in several locations and
schools for years 7-9 in Bromölla town. There are after-school clubs at all the schools for pre-school to year 6. There are no private alternatives in the municipality.
Furulundsskolan is the nearest upper secondary school and it is located in Sölvesborg.
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Adult education in Bromölla-Sölvesborg regularly accepts new applicants to study
Swedish for Immigrants, SfI. Those who have lived in Sweden for some time are also allowed to start studying. Bromölla offers adult education, and new arrivals are offered social orientation in collaboration with Kristianstad municipality. There are also opportunities to study at a folk high school in nearby municipalities.
If you intend to study at a college or university, there are excellent communications to the study locations. The nearest colleges/universities are
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola,
Malmö Högskola and Lunds Universitet.
Health and medical care
There are medical centres in central Bromölla, and they are also responsible for ante-natal care and child healthcare. There are also dentists locally. The nearest hospital with an accident and emergency department is in Kristianstad.
You can find contact details for medical care and dental care
on 1177 - Vårdguiden. Here you can also receive medical advice or information about health and medical care. You can also telephone 1177.
There are opportunities to get help from an interpreter for contacts with public authorities.
It is easy to take the train from Bromölla to Blekinge, Skåne or Denmark. The train station is located in the southern part of Bromölla town, and the bus station is in Bromölla centre. There are good bus routes between the population centres in the municipality.
Work and entrepreneurship
Ifö Sanitär and Nymölla Bruk are active within manufacturing industry, and are the two largest factories in the municipality. Bromölla municipality is also a major employer, with around 900 employees. The municipality also has many small and medium-sized companies within a variety of business sectors.
There are good opportunities to commute to work in a larger town nearby, such as Kristianstad, Hässleholm or Karlshamn. More information about business in Bromölla is available
on the municipality’s website.