The Burnhams Newlsetter Norfolk UK

Burnham Overy Village Hall

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Ideal for Weddings, Christenings, Family Parties Art Exhibitions, Talks etc

The Hall was built in 1960 To provide premises and facilities for community clubs,

groups and the general public to use for Education, Recreation and Leisure purposes.

TO PROVIDE PREMISES AND FACILITIES FOR COMMUNITY CLUBS, GROUPS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO USE FOR EDUCATION, RECREATION AND LEISURE PURPOSES. - See more at: http://opencharities.org/charities/303919#sthash.TicheNE9.dpuf
TO PROVIDE PREMISES AND FACILITIES FOR COMMUNITY CLUBS, GROUPS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO USE FOR EDUCATION, RECREATION AND LEISURE PURPOSES. - See more at: http://opencharities.org/charities/303919#sthash.TicheNE9.dpuf

For Hire or further details; Contact: David Crombie on 01328 730 296

 

 

Burnham Thorpe The Nelson Memorial Hall

Ideal for Weddings, Christenings, Family Parties Art Exhibitions, Talks etc

Have you visited this beautiful Village Hall?

This is a village amenity with a difference.

It was built in the 1890’s as a place of worship while the Church was being renovated in memory of our great hero, Lord Nelson.

When the services returned to the church, the question arose, ‘What should happen to the now redundant building?’

It was decided to lease it to the parishioners as a village room. The lease was drawn up for five hundred years. There is a little time left!

In the 1950’s the extension was added. The fully equipped kitchen has been up-dated.

The architectural arches, the Nelson memorabilia make it a beautiful venue for activities and parties.

The Norwich Diocesan Board is the custodian and it is run by a group of Trustees.

Last year, eighty villagers enjoyed a Trafalgar party. Regular yoga and table tennis clubs use the facility.

If you wish to see inside please contact Ray Dodman, 01328 738 555.

If you wish to book for a party or activity, please contact Tricia Betjemann 01328 711 819 to obtain details.

The hall has such a beautiful outlook across the field to the river Burn and the Lord Nelson Inn.

How great to organise an event combining both facilities.

 


 

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