Local Community Facilities

 

Bale Memorial Playground Children’s Play Area, Woodville Road, Mile End, Coleford.
Contact: Mr.& Mrs. P. Madley, 35 Woodville Ave, Mile EndTel: 01594 83591
Berry Hill Memorial Institute
Berry Hill Rugby Football Club   Lakers Road, Berry HillTel: 01594 833295
Broadwell AFC   Broadwell Coleford Gloucestershire GL16 7BE
Broadwell and District Ex-Service and Working Mens Club and Institute   North Road, Broadwell.
broadwellclub@gmail.com  Club phone during opening hours only: 01594 833425
Broadwell Memorial Hall    North Road, Broadwell.
Contact:
Brockweir Village Shop and The Loft   Mill Hill, Brockweir.
This property comprises a shop that is community owned and staffed by volunteers.
Manager: Alison MacklinTel: 01291 689995
Buchanan Recreation Ground    Victoria Road, Coleford
Paid for by public subscription and named in honour of Captain Angus Buchanan, VC, MC.
Current Chairman: Mrs Jane Baker, Victoria Road, Coleford.
Clearwell Memorial Hall    For bookings contact: Tudor Farmhouse Hotel.Tel: 01594 833046
Coalway Recreation Ground and Hall   A local community site, with sports field, children’s play equipment & amp; community hall. Hall hire can be arranged through Kevin Ball (Chairman)Tel: 01594 836363
Coleford Army Cadet Hall    Cinderhill, Coleford
Contact: Lt Stuart BrooksTel: 01242 700063
Coleford Baptist Church Rooms    Newland Street, Coleford.
The ground floor comprises two rooms with a folding screen to open up the whole area for large meetings. There is a well appointed kitchen and toilet facilities. The premises have disabled access at the side of the building. The council owned car park is situated alongside the church.
Contact: David Swinyard, Newgale, Sparrow Hill, Coleford.
Coleford St Margaret Mary RC Church Hall    Cinderhill, Coleford.
A single storey well appointed hall with a modern kitchen and toilets. There is adequate private parking and easy access.
Contact: Fr Barnabas PageTel: 01594 833713
Main Place
Coleford Community Enterprise Centre    The Main Place, Old Station Way, Coleford Glos. GL16 8RH
Contact: Coleford Area Partnership to book the Main Hall or Meeting RoomsTel: 01594 836469
info@main-place.org.uk
Youth
Coleford Youth Support Service    The Main Place, Old Station Way , Coleford, GL16 8RHTel: 01594 833223
Ellwood AFC Sports Club with large function hall
English Bicknor Village Hall and Recreation Ground    Ross Road, English Bicknor.
Good sized main hall with toilets and fitted kitchen. Changing rooms and bar for Recreation Ground.
Contact: Mr. Brian Hale, 4 Cross Barns, English BicknorTel: 01594 860151
Evergreen Hall    Cannop Road, Broadwell
At one time the local church, the building comprises a medium size hall with toilet and kitchen facilities
Contact: Mrs Wendy Morris, 10, Worcester Walk, Broadwell, Coleford, Glos. GL16 7DL
Joys Green Recreation Ground    For further information contact the Clerk to Lydbrook Parish Council.
King George V Pavilion and Playing Field Coleford    Maintained by Coleford Town Council. Accommodation comprises small meeting area, changing rooms with showers, toilet facilities.
Contact: The Town Clerk, The Town House, Lords Hill Walk, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8BDTel: 01594 832103
Lydbrook Memorial Hall    Contact: Mrs Denise Hogan, 1, Sunnyside, Upper Lydbrook, Glos.GL17 9SJTel: 01594 860022
Lydbrook Recreation Ground    Contact: Mrs Denise Hogan, 1, Sunnyside, Upper Lydbrook, Glos.GL17 9SJTel: 01594 860022
Lydbrook and District Community Social Club
Mackenzie Hall    Brockweir, Mill Hill Brockweir
Contact: Mrs. Ann Chard, Bryn House, Brockweir Road, Hewelsfield, Glos. GL15 6UR
Milkwall Village Hall    Station Road, Milkwall, Coleford, Glos.
A timber building offering a main hall with seating capacity for –, toilets and kitchen.
Contact: Mrs. Lindia JenkinsTel: 01594 834349
Newland Village Rooms    Contact: Mr. Ben Hilary, 7 Savage Hill, Newland, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8NH
Parkend Memorial Hall    Contact: Meryl Teague Donaldene, Cannop Rd, ParkendTel: 01594 562137
Pillowell Memorial Hall

Peter Dunford, 01594 562170

Pisgah Methodist Hall    Old Road, Coalway
Contact: Richard and Peggy Reid, Forest View, Old Road, CoalwayTel: 01594 834510
  Redbrook Village Hall   Contact: Sylvia AdcockTel: 01600 713675
St. Briavels Assembly Rooms     Tel: 01594 530950info@st-briavels.com
St. Briavels Pavilion and Recreation Ground    Contact: Mrs Gillian SkidmoreTel:01594 530035
Sling Club

Staunton (Coleford) Village Hall    Sympathetically restored stone built property. Main Hall with excellent kitchen facilities, disabled toilets and excellent parking.
Contact: Mr. R. Trimble, 2 Forest Close, Staunton, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8PG.
Whitecroft War Memorial Hall   

Margaret Wilkinson 01594 563393

mmwilkinson@hotmail.co.uk

Yorkley Community Centre
email : bookings@communitycentreyorkley.co.uk
01594 560190http://www.communitycentreyorkley.co.uk/booking.html

 

3 Responses to Local Community Facilities

  1. Kevin Ball says:

    Our current description ; ‘Coalway Recreation Ground and Hall .This is a Charity formed in 1936Currently being used by the local Scouts Group’ needs to be updated please to remove the ‘ currently being used by the local scouts group’ & instead read ‘ A local community site, with sports field, childrens play equipment & community hall. Hall hire can be arranged through Kevin Ball (Chairman) (01594) 836363

  2. Martin Heys says:

    Hello

    My name is Martin Heys. I’m not sure if this is the right place for this email to be sent. My apologies in advance if it is not.

    We have just spent a very enjoyable weekend staying in Parkend. We were there for a folk music gathering centred around the Fountain Inn. During the weekend we did some walking around the forest and the village. The village is lovely with it’s railway, pubs and cafe’s. We found all the people to be most friendly and helpful also.

    However one thing that I was quite saddened by was the war memorial placed just inside the gates of the Memorial Hall. The list of those who lost their lives during World War One is situated behind a wheelie bin situated inside the gates and in front of their names. During the time when so many people are remembering the tragic events of one hundred years ago it seems particularly poignant that a bin is placed next to your village memorial.

    I do hope this can be changed and that those who lost their lives can be remembered the way they deserve to be.

    Thank you for taking the time to read my email.

    Best wishes

    Martin Heys

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