Memorial Hall

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Secretary/Booking Clerk                          Veronica Stansfield                                   01208 850727 07790 634429

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 and Baby Chaging Unit are available  Tables, chairs and display boards are available

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.  Wifi, Public Address System with microphone and hearing Loop System.  This room has 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 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.

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 the ideal venue for various events, ativities and parties as shown by the photos below

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The Memorial l is ‘Home’ to: the Art Group, Carnival Committee, Community Cafe, History Group, Moorland Community Cinema and  Parish Council

Full details of these organisations can be found under ‘Local Organisations’  Click here


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Internet things oneIT Classes        

Since the Autum of 2013 we have been running various ‘IT’ 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 in touch with friends and family

Spring 2022                                                                                                                  The Memorial Hall is pleased to say that Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC) are able to return to our community to provide more IT Instruction

The aim of these sessions is to give guidance and help people use phones, tablets and laptops with more confidence. There will be a maximum of six on each course, they will be informal and there will be plenty of tea and biscuits

The courses will be Wednesdays 13th and 27th April, 4th 11th and 18th May. Morning 10.30-12.30 or Afternoon 1.30-3.30

Topics will include:  Staying safe and secure online and finding information on the NHS websites to aid your health and wellbeing

To find out more and to book a place, contact Memorial Hall Secretary Veronica, 01208 850727  07790 634429

Toilet Twinning 

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


Cherry Mitchell & Ivor Chivers Memorial Hall Committee, Ann Coker, Jane Hanscomb and Becky Storr from the Dance Divas



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