Chilwell Memorial Hall and Institute
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Please browse the site for information about our history and current activities.
The Chilwell Memorial Hall and Institute is a non-profit registered Charity
The Chilwell Memorial Hall and Institute was created to commemorate those who lost their lives in the Great War. It was opened in December 1924 for the purposes of assembly, social and recreational activities for local residents.
The Hall and Institute offers a number of clubs and activities, some with a membership subscription to join and use. The Institute has a multi-functional Hall with additional rooms and facilities, and large outdoor grassed space. This space, to the rear of the Hall, has been used to support activities for 97 years. Focused on lawn tennis for many years as well as, more recently, walking netball.
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Please note that The Chilwell Memorial Institute will hold their AGM on the 1st June 7:30pm at the Hall.
The Tennis Club’s two grass courts are now open for play. Summer fees are Adults £120 (court fee included) or £80 (plus a £2 court fee each time you play). Student discount is applicable. For more details see tennis club page.
Following Government guidance all Hall user must wear a face covering by law, unless you are exempt or have a reasonable excuse (see UK GOV link below for exemptions under ‘When you do not need to wear a face covering’). Also, may we remind all users, outside and inside, to wash hands regularly; use the … Continue reading COVID Update to all Hall users
2024 is our Centenary Year and we would like to undertake more capital improvements so that our community can benefit even further from this unique and cherished Institution. Obviously the scope of what can be achieved depends upon the outcome of funding bids and possible crowd funding. Get involved! Tell us what enhancements you would like to see in place between now and 2024. Click on the heading above to view suggestions so far.
129 High Road, Chilwell, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG9 4AT