We are very proud of our Memorial Hall located in the heart of Mancetter. We have the capacity to host 150 people ( 120 at tables); heating and air conditioning, a large car park, toilets including disabled / baby change, a meeting room, cafe area, sound system and a well equipped kitchen. The hall has disability access and dedicated disabled parking bays. There are various activities carried out here during the week to cater for different age groups and interests. Please refer to the Activities and Calendar sections of the website for more details. The Hall welcomes individuals, small groups, clubs or businesses who wish to use the facilities for Arts and Crafts, Sport and Leisure, Education, Meetings, Training Courses and Family Gatherings.
For rates and bookings please refer to the Bookings section of the Website, contact the Hall on 01827 714989 or e-mail email@example.com.
Free WIFI is available throughout the hall
To provide and maintain, on a 'not for profit' basis a financially sustainable community centre located at the centre of the Parish which will support and foster much greater social interaction, involvement in community affairs and self-help groups that will serve the needs of all in the community, particularly the young , elderly and disabled. The Memorial Hall will be provided for use without distinction of sexual orientation, age, disability, nationality, race or political, religious or other opinions, including use of the hall for meetings, lectures and classes or other forms of recreation and leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life for all in the community.
Most of our staff are volunteers and we are very appreciative of their help. If you have an hour or two to spare for a worthwhile cause and wish to be involved at the Hall please contact us.
Mancetter is situated a stone's throw from that ancient Roman thoroughfare the Watling Street(A5) near Atherstone. From the grassy island at the centre of the village you will easily spot the sign to the Memorial Hall.
The hall stands in the shadow of St Peter's, our beautiful 13th century parish church. To find out more about Mancetter visit the: Mancetter website.