You are invited to the AGM of Brilley Village Hall on Tuesday 1st December at 7.30.p.m.
Come and hear how we have been working to keep the hall open and safe during the Covid pandemic and what we have achieved over the past year.
We would really like to get more people involved in the running of the hall. Please consider if you could join our small committee. Or just come along with your ides for what else we could be doing to open up the hall to the whole community, young and old.
In order to comply with government regulations and, more importantly, to keep you safe, please note:
We are pleased that, as a Covid Secure venue on the English side of the border, we are still currently able to show films at Brilley Village Hall. Our next screening is:
Thursday29th October: Official Secrets (cert 15) 7.30.p.m.
The gripping true story of Katharine Gun, whose job at GCHQ involves routine handling of classified information. Until on the eve of the Iraq war she receives a memo that reveals a dubious intelligence operation. A woman of principles she feels she can’t stand by and watch the world be rushed into an illegal war. She leaks the memo to the press, exposing a vast political conspiracy, and putting herself and her family directly in harm's way. Anchored by a fiery central performance from Kiera Knightley, this pacey, powerful, engaging thriller is a pertinent reminder that our world needs everyone to act according to their principles.
In order to comply with government regulations and, more importantly, to keep you safe numbers are very limited. Please note:
The solar panels recently installed on the roof of Brilley Village Hall are now up and working. Not only will this help cut the hall's running costs, but we are really pleased to be reducing our carbon footprint and making a small contribution towards climate change reduction.
The cost of installing the panels was supported by the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020
Joan Kendrick has kindly offered to pick up prescriptions from Kington surgery for anyone having difficulty during thes strange times. She is only there on Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact her direct on 831480
Due to government advice regarding the corona virus, the village hall committee have cancelled the March social night. Check this website for updates on when we will start again.
Given today's government advice, Arts Alive have made the decision to cancel all Flicks screenings until end of August. This means our screening of The Good Liar will not now go ahead. We hope to reschedule for September.
Tonight's meeting of the Monday Club featuring a talk from Mari Fforde has ben cancelled.
Friday 27th March from 7pm in the village hall
Come along for a chat, a drink or a bite to eat.This month it is a warming chilli (thank you Sheila and David). Catch up with old friends and make new ones. A warm welcome is guaranteed. The hall and bar are open from 7pm.
The next coffee morning will be on Tuesday 10th March. Join us at the village hall between 10.am – 12.pm for a catch up over a hot drink and a biscuit. If you enjoy coming to the coffee morning, why not bring along a friend or neighbour, they'll be sure of a warm welcome.
Pain & Glory (cert 15)
Sunday 8th March at 7.30.p.m.
£5.50 (50p surcharge for Borderlines films)
A nostalgic, semi-autobiographical tale, following Salvador Mallo, a film director in decline as he explores a series of experiences and encounters from his past. Facing his mortality, he recalls his childhood in ‘60s Valencia, his first love affair in ‘80s Madrid, the pain of heartbreak and his fateful early discovery of cinema. A typically witty, sensuous, evocative and intelligent film from Pedro Almodóvar, it is intensely personal and beautifully produced.
Bring your own refreshments. Doors open 7pm
The Souvenir (cert 15) £5.50 7.30.p.m.
In 1980s London, amid ascendant Thatcherism and IRA violence, Julie, a young, quietly ambitious film student embarks on her first serious love affair with the mysterious Anthony. Despite the concerns of her mother and friends, she slips deeper into her turbulent relationship, finding it increasingly hard to discern fact from fiction. It’s a really gorgeous film –nostalgic, melancholy, specific and intimate. Swinton Byrne gives a star-making performance as Julie –a diffident yet passionate young woman investigating love, class, creativity and her place in the world.
Please note 50p surcharge for Borderlines films
Join your friends and neighbours at the hall for our Harvest Supper.
Soup, bread and cheese followed by delicious homemade puds
Please book a place with any committee member. Or ring Fiona on 01544 327227.
Tickets £8 adult £4 child.
The film features interviews and dozens of old photographs chronicling Herefordshire life. Click here for more information.
On 19th March Keith White will give a talk on Jubilee Sailing Trust and Tall Ships Adventures. Visitors welcome £3. 7.30p.m. Brilley & Michaelchurch Village Hall.
Thank you to everyone who came and supported us at the coffee afternoon at Brilley Patches yesterday. Including donations made on the day we made £340 to give to MacMillan Nurses.