A warm welcome to all, whether you are on the way to collect children from School or on the way home, out for a walk, fancy meeting up with friends or even just on holiday in the area come on in!!
Please do spread the word about the Community Cafe to those who might be interested. Transport may be available, please contact Sheila Nottle 01208 850824 or Tracey Haynes 01208 851272 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Café is being run by the committee of the Memorial Hall who are grateful to the Carnival Committee for their donation towards start up costs
All post to the Secretary/Booking Clerk Veronica Stansfield Ptarmigan Tregenna Road Blisland Bodmin PL30 4JS 01208 850727 email@example.com
A warm and welcoming Village Community Hall with Superfast Broadband and wifi. The Hall consists of two light and spacious west facing rooms served by a kitchen suitable for the preparation and serving of light refreshments. Equipped with, double induction hob, microwave, small fridge, crockery, cutlery and glassware. Disabled toilet facilities are available and a Baby Change Unit are available
A total of 48 chairs and 19 tables are available, plus display boards.
The Memorial Hall has a PRS/PPL licence making it an ideal venue for parties. The Hall is licenced by the Motion Picture Licencing Corporation (MPLC) to show films through the Moorland Community Cinmea
The Reading Room is equipped with an Interactive Smartboard and Projector, (Laptop and DVD Interface), which also connects to an overhead webcam for tabletop demonstrations. Superfast Broadband with wifi, Public Address System with microphone and hearing Loop System. This room is fully carpeted with a seated capacity of 40, standing 60,
The War Memorial Room is equipped with a 60 inch wall mounted monitor, (Laptop and DVD Interface). Superfast Broadband with wifi, Public Address System with microphone and a Hearing Loop System. This room has a wooden floor with a seated capacity of 45, standing 80.
Rental is generally in three session, morning, afternoon or evening. Please contact the Secretary for rental charges and to arrange a visit to the Hall
The Hall is also home to The Moorland Community Cinema (currently run by the Trustees of the Hall). Opened in the autumn of 2015 the community cinema shows mainly classic films with occasioanl recent releases and film shows for children. Films are usually shown on the first Saturday afternoon of the month. Doors open at 1.30pm, film starts at 2pm Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations Members £3 Visitors £4. Full details and a list of the 2018 Film Programme can be found
St Breward Institute & War Memorial Hall opened as a Reading Room in 1909, the War Memorial Hall was added in 1923, built in memory of those men from the parish who served in The Great War. Refurbished in 1993, major improvement work commenced in the Hall centenary year 2009 and was completed in 2013. The Hall, now known locally as the Memorial Hall is a registered charity run by a Management Committee of Trustees
The Memorial Hall is ‘Home’ to: the Art Group, Camera Club, Carnival Committee, Community Cafe, Garden Club, History Group, Moorland Community Cinema, Parish Council, WI, full details of these organisations can be found under ‘Local Organisations’ Click here
………………………………………….and a Chiropody Clinic. Contact Danial Carter, Mobile 077386 98668
The Hall is also home to The Moorland Community Cinema, opened in the Autumn of 2015 the community cinema show mainly classic films with the occasional recent releases and childrens films. Annual Membership £2, Admission Donations £3 Members, £4 Visitors. Doors open at 1.30pm film starts at 2pm, full information and the 2017 Film Programme can be found here
The Memorial Hall is the third place in St Breward to be ‘Toilet Twinned’ the others are the Public Toilet at Row and the Village Hall toilets. The Dance Divas (Belly Dancers) formerly based in St Breward raise money to twin toilets
Since the Autum of 2013 we have been running various ‘Computer’ Classes/Sessions in the Hall, the aim is to have a community in which everyone, whatever their age, income or education, can use the Internet safely and with confidence. We consider it very important that people become familiar with the use of computers, not necessarily in great depth, but to be able to access services and to keep
More information about courses for 2018 from Memorial Hall Secretary Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org