Maiden Bradley Memorial Hall
The Village Hall in 1915 and 2015
The village hall was built in 1912 and given to the village by Lord Ernest St Maur (Somerset family name) in memory of his brother Lord Percy. During the First World War it was used as a military hospital and has murals dating from that time. Since then the hall has been used for a variety of events. Village Hall Management Committee meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7.30 pm
Our Hall chairman is delighted to share the news that all the committee efforts have been rewarded by news that the Maiden Bradley Memorial Hall will receive grant funding via Reaching Communities (National Lottery Fund) to sort the much needed roof of the hall. This is brilliantnews for the future of the hall and only happens through the hard work of our awesome Chairman, Mel Thomas, and the committee and all the volunteers who helped to demonstrate that the hall is a viable community enterprise. And not least a huge thank you to everyone who supports the hall by participating in events – and to Lottery players everywhere!
Update – re-roofing now underway thanks to
DSB Builders of Maiden Bradley
We would also like to thank the Fudge Trust and The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation for their generous grants towards the roofing project
Maiden Bradley Memorial Hall is available for hire.
It has a stage for theatrical shows / pantomime, a kitchen, cinema screen and projection equipment.
There are many Clubs that make use of the facility:
Mother & Toddlers
Film Nights Monthly Lunches
Village Hall Committee
Village Show and Pantomime Group.
Come and join us at our Friday coffee morning between 10.00am and 12 noon or
Mother & Toddlers 10.00am to 12 noon every Tuesday.
Every other Friday a foot care specialist is available 10.00am to 12 noon