Bredfield Village Hall
You may consider holding a private party, but be aware the hall is also used quite frequently for sessions that are open to regular membership - there are over 500 bookings per year. Many of these regular sessions are open to all. Please ensure you make contact as soon as possible. The "external" bookings provide funds to help operate the Hall for our benefit, but obviously they can lead to a lack of availability to you - it has to be a careful balance.
Visibility of some forward bookings are made available via the main Bredfield Village Hall Web page. The Village Hall Social Subcommittee and other local individuals and organisations also hold occasional events.
Local organisations and residents are charged at special rates, in recognition of their contribution in effort and to funds raised for the village hall - please contact a committee member or email for specific details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The "new" Village Hall was opened in 1983, replacing the previous "mizzen hut" - it was constructed by local "volunteers". The BDCC raised much of the funds for the current hall, as did various local organisations and individuals. Following the dissolution of the BDCC in 2007 the Village Hall Management Committee established a Social sub-committee, which has already been active in organising future events for the community and also to raise further funds. The Bredfield Village Hall & Playing Field is independent of the Bredfield Parish Council, and was originally facilitated by donation of the land.
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