An ideal venue for children's parties, clubs, meetings, quiet days, classes, crafts, keep fit, social events, sales, retreats, day care - offering facilities including fully equipped kitchen, disabled access, baby changing and a relaxing paved garden area with the village commemorative seats. The premises are on Farmer Street, Bradmore, NG11 6PE.
Monthly Village Lunches open to all, on the last Tuesday of the month (see noticeboard for any variations to dates), 2 courses plus coffee/tea for only £5, book and pay by one week before the lunch. Contact Jean Pooley tel 9213123 for all enquiries.
Community Hall chairs have been repaired (re-welded) with help from Reg Adair's community fund - Thanks, Reg.
Events coming soon:
Bygone Bradmore, 7:30 Saturday 11 November - tales of old Bradmore, farm diary, constables accounts, remembrances. £5 including refreshments, proceeds towards refurbishment of chapel windows.
Super Saturday toddler group 9:30-11:00 on Saturday 16 December, (and 3rd Saturday monthly thereafter). Play, story, song and refreshments for under 5s, mums, dads, grandparents and carers. £1 per session.
Community Hall AGM: report of Annual Meeting. Finances and bookings remain satisfactory; rents have increased as from 1 January 2017. Rainbows Quiz Night raised £566 for Rainbows HOspice, and Rob WIlby's talk raised £282 for WaterAid. Free events included Pancake Praise and two Family Fun days. Monthly lunches continue to be popular, and a Strawberry Tea held in August raised £683.50 for Breast Cancer Care. During 2016 Michael Johnson has taken over as Treasurer, Steve Shipman has taken on the Property Maintenance role, and Mark Oldham is our new Hall Bookings Secretary.
Officers and Committee 2017:- Chairman:John Randall; Secretary:Sheila Clark; Treasurer: Michael Johnson; Bookings Secretary: Mark Oldham; Lunches: Jean Pooley; Quizzes: Pam & Dave Garner; Hall Users Liaison: Jackie Oldham; Hall Maintenance: Steve Shipman; Open Gardens: vacant; Committee member: Anne Shirtcliffe.
COMMUNITY HALL TOILETS - All three of the toilets are now twinned, with Uganda, Burundi and Bagladest. Certificates are on display in the Ladies and Gents. Thanks to all who contributed.