As the Woodmead Halls was the original site for LRGS, when it was founded in 1923, it is fitting that it will be the venue for the forthcoming
Having recently been the venue for the Mayor’s Civic Night, another important community evunity event is to be held at the Woodmead Halls this Friday, 11th April when
The “Swing with Jim” Concert, held at the Woodmead Halls last Saturday evening raised over £3,000 towards the purchase of a defibrillator, to be installed at the Woodmead
Next Saturday evening, 22nd March, the Woodmead Halls will be the venue for the “Swing for Jim” Concert, featuring the very popular Three Counties Swing Band. The Compere
As part of a Weekend Workshop, entitled Intuitive Storytelling, Leo Sofer will be holding a Live Storytelling Evening at the Woodmead Halls from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm on Friday,
On Sunday, 1st March the Woodmead Halls was packed when about 150 people turned out for another very successful presentation by popular local historian, Mr Ken Gollop. The
Pledge a Pint of Blood
Why not pledge a pint of blood to save a life at Woodmead Halls on Thursday, 15th May 2014?
Local historian Ken Gollop is expected to attract his regular crowd of fans for the latest in his series of “Shady Tree” talks.
Mr Gollop’s popular talks on local history and
The Woodmead Halls Committee is very pleased to provide the venue for the “Swing for Jim” Concert that is being planned as a tribute to Jim Sweetland, who