Bawdrip Parish Hall was built in memory of victims of the Great War and has been given a welcome makeover. The Hall was re-built at its present site in the 1920s as a tribute to all those who died in the war and has been in constant use ever since.
The hall was built during the inter-war period on land given to commemorate the Great War. It is of wooden and metal construction and has a small stage and kitchen area. The size of the hall (it is licensed for 75 people) means that it has an intimate feel to it and a group of just 30 can fill it. It has been refurbished recently. We use it for our events and there are a number of external groups that are also using it on a regular basis.