at the Heart of the Community
Brownhills Memorial Hall offers a stunning location to hold your wedding reception and celebrate significant moments. An extraordinary setting at a great value for your money, we’ve been helping to make special occasions as special as possible for over 50 years. We offer a picturesque setting as well as a stunning reception space. Contact us to learn more.
All About Us
Celebrate Good Times
At Brownhills Memorial Hall, we’ll make sure the vision for your special event becomes a reality and goes off without a glitch. Our Event Hall offers everything you need to create the stunning occasion you and your guests will always remember. We’ve been making celebrations our business for over 50 years, and can’t wait to work with you.
To hire the Hall or the smaller Lichfield Suite upstairs call for details
Brian on 01543 375 735 or mobile 0n 07802 227 272
Our upstairs room for smaller occasions
Has it's own Kitchen & Toilets.
Accessed by stairs or lift.
We are starting to open up.
Monday's Clubbercise 7.00pm. to 8.00pm.
Tuesday's Indoor Bowling 7.00pm. to 9.00pm.
Thursday's Aikido 6.00pm. to 8.30pm.
Friday's Tea Dance 2.00pm. to 4.00pm. Starts 6th August.
Watch this space for the others Clubs who will be returning soon.
Weekly Clubs at The Memo
6.15pm. to 8.00pm.
Join Carrie and the gang having fun, getting fit and shedding the pounds.
Start with Total body Bootcamp and finishing with Clubersize.
don't forget the Glowsticks
R.V.S. Darby & Joan Club
1.00pm. to 3.00 pm.
Details coming soon.
Memo Short Mat Bowls Club
7.00pm. to 9.00pm.
If you have never played indoor bowls before....You are welcome.
If you like a laugh with like minded people.....You are welcome.
If you think I cannot play at my age...our ages range from mid 30's to 96 so....You are welcome.
If you have no bowls....use ours.
All you need is a pair of soft shoes, a sense of humour and a little bit of a competitive spirit.
All this for just £2 (currently) for 2 hours and with free parking thown in!
1.00pm. to 3.30pm.
Hi and welcome to the Sunshine Club.
We are a club for over 55’s and meet every Wednesday.
During our meeting we play a few games of Bingo, have a raffle and have a nice cup of tea or coffee with biscuits.
Over the year we have 3 Evening Parties with food & entertainment.
All this free to members.
In January for a small fee we make a trip to the Panto.
We have a“Monthly Draw” where five members each win £5.00.
Membership is £1.00 per week and we do like members to attend regularly.
You will enjoy a very friendly club.
Look forward to meeting you.
Modern Partner Dancing
7.30pm. to 10.30pm.
Doors open 7:30pm
Beginners class 7:45pm - 8:30pm
Intermediates 8:45pm - 9:15pm
Dancing until 10:30pm
• Easy to learn
• Keep fit while having fun
• No partner required
• Beginners welcome every week
• No need to book just turn up
• Complete night out
• FREE ENTRY for NEW MEMBERS (quoting MEMO Special)
Black Star Aikido
in the Lichfield Suite
6.00 pm. to 7.00pm. - Juniors 5-12yrs
7.00pm. to 8.30 pm. - Seniors 12+yrs
Aikido is a dynamic Japanese Martial Art originally based on ancient Jujutsu & Samurai Principles
Black Star Aikido offers the opportunity to study the traditional aspects of Aikido whilst placing emphasis on developing good martial art skills. These skills are taught in a safe & structured environment by qualified and experience instructors. With more classes available in Cheslyn Hay Monday and Friday. Regular Lessons / Courses / Gradings
For more information Contact: email@example.com
See our Facebook: @blackstaraikido
1.00pm. to 1.45 pm. New Sequence dance lessons.
2.00 pm. to 4.00 pm. Tea Dance
The Friday afternoon Tea Dance was started about 15 years ago by Yvonne Noke after being approached by a committee member. Yvonne gives a free 45 minute sequence dance lesson before the dance starts properly at 2pm. The afternoon consists of old/new sequence dances with ballroom and line dances thrown in. There is a 15 minute break with a choice of tea or coffee and biscuits. Well worth £2.50?
Come along and find out.
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