Bradwell on Sea Village Hall
South Street, Bradwell on Sea,CMO 7QJ
The only public hall in Bradwell on Sea where most of the activity takes place.
Bradwell village hall which was designed in 1932 by A H McMurdo who was a well known architect responsible for the Savoy Hotel in London. McMurdo lived at nearby Wickham Bishops and designed a few local public projects including Bradwell village hall.
A bequest from local farmer and Auctioneer Ernest Gale funded the building costs.
The hall has two kitchens, a large hall with a stage and a function room at the rear.
The grounds of the village hall include a large field, dog walk, children's and youth play areas and a skateboard/bmx track.