Landbeach Village Hall

Founding: The hall was built in 1936 by the Village Hall Charity “for the purposes of physical and mental recreation and social, moral and intellectual development, for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Parish of Landbeach and its immediate vicinity, without the distinction of sex or of political or other opinions”.

Location: Landbeach is situated 4 miles north of Cambridge City off the main A10 which leads to Ely. Landbeach Village Hall is a community building located right at the heart of the village physically and figuratively. It is available for use by all inhabitants of Landbeach, and also by others from the surrounding environs. The Hall is an important meeting place for the village and the surrounding areas. It is is managed by a voluntary management committee who work to keep the building functional for all to use and enjoy.

Administration: Meetings are held on Thursday evenings every other month. We are currently looking for three co-opted members to collectively contribute to the running of the hall and support fundraising activities.

Registered Charity Number 203793

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