About Brockholes Village Trust
Brockholes Village Hall serves as a valued community facility at the heart of the Holme Valley. Owned and managed by a Charitable Trust created in 1979, it was built as a National School in 1837 and is now a Grade II listed building.
Following conversion to its present use it was opened in 1981 to provide facilities for local organisations. Throughout the week it is used for a variety of children’s, leisure and social activities including Brocks Before and After School Club during term times.
The Trust is managed by a small group of individuals and representatives from local organisations, whose voluntary support ensures the hall is maintained to a high standard for all. The Trustees not only manage the hall but organise events and working parties, including occasional village litter picks and maintenance around the historic toll bar garden.
Why not give a little of your time to support your community. Our evening committee meetings are held at 7.00pm on the second Tuesday of each month to discuss village hall management, our practical work and village issues that affect us.
What Our Users Say
‘Brilliant place for a party. Very well equipped with crockery etc.’
‘So great to see the Hall in use! We are very lucky to have such a space.’
‘Enjoyed the talk there on Thursday and it was great to see so many people attending.’
Hall facilities and seating capacity
Facilities include a fully equipped modern kitchen, toilets at both ends of the hall, with provision for those with disabilities.
Main Hall (22.00m. x 5.00m)
The Main Hall has a folding partition enabling the room to be sub-divided if required.
Seated Events (Theatre Style) 100 Dining/Receptions 75
Club Room (5.00m. x 5.00m)
The Club Room can be used for smaller meeting as a break-off area or for the serving of food at receptions and events.