Bradwell Memorial Hall
Bradwell Memorial Hall can be found in Bradwell Village, Milton Keynes. The village itself is one of 13 villages incorporated into the new city of Milton Keynes. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and many characterful buildings still remain... and just a stone's throw from the Milton Keynes railway station and city centre, hidden only a couple of roundabouts away!
The Memorial Hall itself was built on glebe land and placed in trust during 1920 in memory of local folk who lost their lives in the Great War.
Ever since that time, the aim of the hall has been to serve the local community and the wider community of Milton Keynes by providing a home for regular activities and a place for private function hire. The hall is managed by a board of voluntary trustees.