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Aldbourne Memorial Hall

The Aldbourne War Memorial Hall was opened on the 7th July 1922 to provide a worthy tribute to those men from the village that died during the First World War, or shortly afterwards from injuries sustained during the conflict.

The Hall has always been at the centre of village life and today provides a venue for community events and private hire.

The Hall provides a venue for a variety of village clubs and groups. It is the home of the (prize winning) Aldbourne Band, the W.I. (traditional and WINE) hold their monthly meetings there. The Community Choir, Silver Threads and Luncheon Club use it fortnightly; ballet, zumba and yoga, weekly.

Details for many of these events can be found in the Village Diary.

It is also a popular choice for family gatherings, meetings and conferences. There is a fully equipped kitchen with crockery/cutlery available for hire.

The Hall Committee organises regular fundraising events to help with running costs and maintenance of the facilities – including themed dances, film evenings and the ever popular Easter Extravaganza (held on the village green if the weather permits, and incorporating a Duck Race on the Bourne). This fundraising also helps keep the hiring charges as low as possible.

The Hall marked it’s 90th Anniversary with various events in July 2012, click here for photos of the celebrations.

Aldbourne Memorial Hall is registered with the Wiltshire Village Halls’ Association and holds Hallmark Level 1 & 2 certificates under the Hallmark Scheme. Its Registered Charity Number is: 305457

If you would like more information on booking the hall please contact Debbie Page, see details below.

Contact Details

Aldbourne Memorial Hall
Oxford Street, Aldbourne, Wiltshire, SN8 2DQ

Alan Phizacklea (Chair)
Telephone: 01672 541710
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Debbie Page (Bookings)
Telephone: 01672 540274
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