Commemorating World War 1 2014 - 2018
'Brindle Community Hall' stands on the site of the former 'Brindle Parish Institute', which was given to the village in the early 1920's by Lord Chesham, the Brindle Estate owner at the time. This was at the request of four returning veterans from World War One, which had claimed the lvoes of some 17 men from the village. They...
The Brindle Cuckoo Walks are on again this year, and over 200 people are expected to participate. The walks start at the Brindle Community Hall, and set off over the rolling green farmland around the village, providing an enjoyable day out in the company of other walkers.
In 2017 Cuckoo Walkers covered over 1,300 miles during the day, before demolishing ovens full of hot food and gallons of tea - and raising...
The 8th January sees Mr John Ball giving a talk to the Brindle W.I. Ladies on the work of the Wildlife Trust.
The Brindle Women's Institute meets at Brindle Community Hall, Water Street, Brindle on the second Monday of each month at 7.30 p.m. We have a varied programme of Guest Speakers, outings and interesting discussions, followed with lots of fun, laughter, tea, coffee and homemade cakes !!!!
Brindle Community Hall Annual General Meeting will take place on :-
Monday 27th November 2017 in the Main Hall at 7.45 p.m - All Welcome
For further details and to chat about becoming a future Trustee please contact Mr Eric Hindle - Chairman on 01254 852044