With a capacity of up to 150, depending on use, the hall provides a quality environment for your club, society or party. It is currently used for a range of regular activities including Stage Academy, Pilates, Yoga , Tai Chi, Circuit training and Karate.
There is plenty of availability at weekends to hold quiz shows, parties and stage based events. It has a well equipped kitchen including a range oven and industrial dishwasher.
Brabourne and Smeeth Village Hall
Regular Activities and Contacts 2022/3
|Second Monday each month
|01303 812 165
|19.30 – 20.30
|09.15 – 10.15
|11.30 – 12.30
|15.30 – 17.30
|Men’s Circuit Training (Private Club)
|18.00 – 19.00
|Last Friday of the month
|19.15 – 21.30
|Call to find out more-
|0754 063 7349
|Machine Embroidery Digitising Group
|The last Thursday of every month
|From 9.30am to 2.30pm.
|The group includes beginners through to experienced digitisers and supports everyone to learn.
|Embroidery digitising is creating designs with stitches using embroidery software to turn it into computer files, that can be used with your embroidery sewing machine to create beautiful or practical crafts.
|£5 per month (usually payable as £30 for 6 months).
|Contact Max at email@example.com for information.
|Max also runs a new sewing club on the second Monday in the month – everyone welcome
The Hall is available for new groups, societies, clubs and private functions, wedding receptions, children’s parties, anniversaries.
|Hire Charges-Regular use:-
|Monday to Friday
|£6.00 per hour
|Monday to Friday
|£3.50 per hour
|One Off events:-
|£15.00 per hour
For bookings contact David Smith:- firstname.lastname@example.org
check availability on line on https://hallbookingonline.com/brabourne/
Brabourne Village Hall History
At about 1.15pm on Sunday May 2nd 1954 during a storm of exceptional severity, thought to be a whirlwind, Brabourne and Bircholt Village Hall was demolished. The original hall was built in 1932 and extended by adding cloakrooms to the rear shortly before the catastrophe. It appeared that the roof was lifted up by the wind and crashed back down demolishing all of the original building in a great cloud of dust, only the extension remained standing.
Read the Daily Herald’s tongue in cheek account of this historic event here.