Brownhills Memo website launched

This week, I had every intention of publicising a great event happening at Brownhills Memorial Hall on Friday, 19th February, as follows:

Did you see us in the Express and Star again? It’s all about The Hubcaps! Tickets on sale now: Dance the night away at our 60’s Dance with live band “The Hubcaps” – Bring Your Own Drinks – Saturday 19th February from 8pm – £6pp, e-mail, message or call 01543 372148 for tickets! See you there!

Well, I was going to, but the tickets are all sold out.. which just goes to show what a popular venue  The Memo is. Putting these things up is always difficult to judge: too far away from the event, and people forget, but too close and they run out of tickets. Sorry about that, but the Hubcaps will be appearing again on November 26th… so I’ll try and get that one out in better time.

In the mean time, in addition to Twatter & Facebook, Laura and the folk behind this fantastic local venue have put together a great, informative website. Not just listing events, the site feature booking information for functions, conferences and clubs. Why not pop over and take a look?

Brownhills Memorial Hall or “The Memo” as it is affectionately known locally was first built in 1927 for the people of Brownhills to commemorate the young men who lost their life during the war.Now The Memo is run by a group of volunteers as a non profit charitable organisation. It is available for hire and provides an ideal venue for a range of events and conferences. Although we are not licensed, we can provide bar facilities if the hirer so wishes…

Read more at www.brownhillsmemorialhall.co.uk…

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