Four of the Hall’s Trustees collected trophies and certificates at the recent Lancashire Best Kept Village Awards ceremony, held at the Gibbon Bridge Hotel at Chipping.
Collecting the trophy for the Best Public Hall was Premises Supervisor, Mike Hopcraft and his wife Joan, who acts as Assistant Treasurer.
Chairman Steve Williams and Vice-Chair, Stephanie Sibbles-Horridge, collected...
The hall has been recognised as the best in Lancashire in the recent ‘Lancashire Best Kept Village’ competition.
We have won the coveted Bryning with Warton trophy as the best public hall in the county during 2010.
Our local information board, designed by our Chairman (local historian Steve Williams) triumphed in the best noticeboard category.
With thirteen awards on offer, the hall won two – quite...
Partly funded by a grant from Chorley Council, the aim of the new site is to engage with the local community and to increase the use of the hall.
The hall has had a website since 2002, and since the last design refresh in 2006, internet technologies have developed which allow websites to be much more "interactive". The new site uses a highly customised version of the popular publishing tool WordPress,...
A new local group has joined the growing list of users of the Hall. Brindle Gardening Club was set up in 2009 and meet on the third Thursday of each month at the Hall. They have a varied programme for 2010, with a range of talks and visits.
For details contact Alice Grice (Secretary) on 01254 853885.
January sees a busy month with private bookings by way of a Golden Wedding party and a children's party.
Besides regular meeting of the Historical Society, the Women’s Institute, the Mother's Union and the BOFFS (Brindle over 55s), there are four exercise classes, four art classes and two patchwork classes.
The Hall welcomes a meeting of Pony Club members during the afternoon of the 17th whilst...