The Memorial Hall
The hall is situated within yards of the village centre, at the heart of the community. It was built in 1936 and leased to the village at a peppercorn rent, by local benefactors, Venetia Buddicom and her mother. It was built in memory of Major Buddicom and of his son, Captain W.D. Buddicom, who was killed in the Great War 1914-1918. Subsequently, the ownership was passed to the people of the village and the running of the hall is overseen by a Management Committee.
Groups regularly using the hall include playgroups, the under 5s, brownies / rainbows, W.I., mothers union, yoga group, parochial church council, community council and Nannerch Players. It is also the venue for performances by the Nannerch Players and for Nannerch’s now famous comedy nights.
Key days to remember at the hall:
- Doctor’s surgery and pharmacy on Tuesday mornings
- Post Office on Monday afternoon.
- Sports Club Monday evening
The large main hall has a stage and can accommodate around 90 people for functions. Our committee room can seat up to 20 people. The kitchen has been completely refurbished as part of a major improvement plan thanks to grants from the Welsh Assembly Government and Cadwyn Clwyd. It is therefore a popular venue for functions, parties, receptions and general meetings. It is also proving popular as a venue for workshops.
Hire charges are very reasonable and details can be obtained from the Secretary, Ken Beaumont on 01352 741569