Broom Village Hall
Broom's village hall is a modern, purpose-built hall providing up-to-date facilities. It hosts a range of regular social events and both daytime and evening classes covering a range of activities. It is also available for hire at very competitive rates, and is used by both individuals and organisations for parties and other events. The hall is fully centrally heated throughout.
The main room provides comfortable seating at tables for up to 60 - 70 people, or for more informal events there is room for up to 120 people. The floor is semi-sprung, making it suitable for dancing, as well as other active and sporting events. A well-equipped kitchen makes it easy to provide refreshments, with a serving hatch through to the main room. There is a smaller meeting room which can be hired with the main hall, or used separately.
A ramp leading to the main doors facilitates disabled access. All floors within the hall are at the same level.
As well as hosting private events, the hall regularly holds activities organised by the management committee to raise additional funds to help run the hall. These include film nights, and other popular events such as quizzes and ceilidhs.
Broom Village Hall now has its own website. To see details of all forthcoming activities and events, use the link on the right-hand side of this page. The website also provides further information about the hall and its location, as well as details on how to hire it for your own special event.
Broom Village Hall,
The Opening Ceremony
On Saturday 23 September 2006 Broom Village Hall had its opening ceremony.
The first picture shows the opening ceremony, including the raising of the flag. In the second picture you can see committee member and main force behind the fundraising, Cheryl Hendey.