Regular Activities and Events

The hall is well used by the local community for a variety of regular and one-off events. Weekly activities include classes or sessions for a variety of groups. Other regular activities take place only once or twice a month.  In addition the hall hosts special events, organised by the management committee and others to help raise much needed funds for the upkeep of the hall.  Details will be added on this page as available, so check back here regularly to see what’s going on.

You can also see what’s going on each week, by viewing the calendar on the Availability page.

All of the regular activities and events are open to everyone interested.  If you would like to join in, please use the contact details provided in the lists below to find out more about them.  Or just turn up – you’ll be made to feel very welcome!

Special Events

We are pleased to announce that we are fully licensed and a bar will be available for some events run by the Broom Village Hall Committee.

(Wines, spirits, beers and soft drinks available to purchase.)



A Festive Bingo Night

Friday 7th December

Doors open at 7 pm for 7.30 pm start

Enjoy a fun filled evening playing old fashioned bingo -

£10.00 per person

to include a festive supper of Christmas ham, jacket potatoes, homemade coleslaw and pickles.

Tickets available from Diane Davies

Tel: 07903 362218   Email:


Weekly activities

Ballroom Dancing

Mondays 7 – 9 pm

Thursdays (except the first Thursday of each month) 7– 9 pm

Contact:  Sue Berry   01789 778857 or 07969 603856


Mondays 9.30 – 10.30 am

Tuesdays 9.30 -10.30 am

Wednesdays 6.30 – 7.30 pm

Thursday 1.30 – 2.30 pm

Pilates is a safe and effective body conditioning method for people of all ages.  Everybody can benefit and you don’t have to be fit or flexible.  Small classes ensure individual attention.  Cost is £9 per class, booked in 5/ 6 week blocks.  All mats and equipment are supplied.

If you are interested in joining a class, please contact Pavla Line on 07747 441148 or email Beginners classes run throughout the year and private studio sessions are also available, please contact Pavla for details.

Slimming World

Tuesdays 7.00 pm

Contact:  Julie at

Julie 07511 518445

(Slimming World: 0844 897 8000)


Thursday mornings 11.00 – 12.15 pm

Friday 10.00  – 11.15 am

The art of yoga is the discipline of body, breath and mind.  Each class includes postures, breathing practices and meditation.  This gentle approach is suitable for everyone, all you need is a yoga mat and comfortable clothing.

Sessions cost £45 for 6, newcomers are welcome at any time.  Classes are led by senior qualified teacher and therapist Su Cole.  For further information please contact her on 01789 269637, or by email at


Classes held at the village hall every Thursday, 9.10 – 10.10 am.   For ages 16+.   No experience necessary, and you can join at any time.  No booking is required, these are drop-in sessions.  Wear comfortable clothes and trainers, and bring some water!

For further information please contact Juanita on 07856 565639 or visit

Vinyasa Yoga Classes

Sunday evening Vinyasa Flow at 5pm – 6pm

From 20th May 2018 the time will be 7pm – 8pm until September. Returning to 5pm in October.

This class if for all levels, from complete beginners to full yogi – everyone is welcome.

Classes are run by Charlotte, Hay Yoga.  Charlotte is a fully qualified Vinyasa Yoga teacher under Yoga Alliance (RYT 200) Certification.

These classes are for mixed abilities – there is a modification for every ‘body’!

Your first class is just £4.50.  Please contact Charlotte on 07864 058203 or for more details or to book into class.

Taekwondo for Families

The Korean art of TaeKwonDo is excellent for fitness, for helping with your self-confidence, and for learning self-defence.  This class starts at 10 am on Saturday mornings and is suitable for the whole family.

For further information please contact our Office Manager at or

SAMA Kickboxing

LCTKD’s SAMA Kickboxing (Strike Artist Martial Arts) starts at 11 am on Saturday mornings.  It is a freestyle approach to martial arts and fitness, focusing on helping people to meet their personal goals, develop as individuals, and at the same time progress in martial arts in a way that will be properly recognised.  SAMA Kickboxing has a complete syllabus, allowing you to progress through the grades to black belt if you wish – though this is optional.

Kickboxing is performed in a welcoming environment and open to everyone from the age of 10.

For further information please contact our Office Manager at  or


Other regular activities


Women’s Institute

First Thursday of each month, at 7.30 pm

Contact:  Helen Powell  01789 778254


Cinema Club – Film nights

Films for children and adults, usually on the second (and sometimes the fourth, as well!) Friday of each month.

For dates and details see our film nights page, or contact Louise Redfern at