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Bracecamp Village Hall

The Bracecamp Parish Hall lies in the centre of Ormesby St. Margaret and was built in 1939 as a church hall. The hall was named after the Revd. Frank Bracecamp who was the Vicar at that time. In 1987 the Church sold the hall to the Parish Council and Village. A Management Committee was set up to run the hall as a charity with all money generated being used to maintain and improve the hall's facilities for the benefit of all.

Since the church gave up the hall it has changed from being, a not much used, sorry looking building to an up to date well used and equipped facility.

The improvements since 1987 include a new roof, new windows, a heating system, improved toilet facilities including toilets for the disabled, a kitchen, a wooden floor in the main hall, a small room extension and store rooms. This has all been achieved by prudent management of the money obtained by fundraising, donations and grants.

The hall has evolved into a warm welcoming venue for the village and as a result it is used by 25 organisations mostly on a weekly basis. In addition to the 'regulars' the hall is used for bingo sessions, sales, parties and 'The Village Show'. Up to now 'The Juggler' (Booking Secretary) has managed to keep all the balls in the air.

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