Dame Elizabeth Hall and its 2018-2019 Activity Programme

The Dame Elizabeth Hall is owned by the Village Trust and managed by the Bournville Village Council and is the hidden treasure of Bournville. 

The history of the Hall makes fascinating reading. Situated in the heart of Bournville, on Firbank Close (off Oak Tree Lane), it is operated on a not-for-profit basis and all charges collected are put towards the care and maintenance of the building and its facilities.

Dame Elizabeth Hall was opened in June 1930 as part of Fircroft College by Dr Temple, Archbishop of York.George Cadbury Jnr funded the building and the present hall was named in memory of Dame Elizabeth Cadbury in 1959.

There are three rooms for hire. All rooms are WIFI enabled, have a projector screen, broadband and all benefit from their own kitchen areas which are available for hire at no additional charge. The two ground floor rooms have disabled access. The 1st floor is our only room which does not have disabled access. It is accessed via the stairs from the main corridor, and has a separate spiral fire escape. If you are looking for that special place to hold a birthday party, training event, conference or social gathering and would like more details then contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 0121 608 8365

The 2018-2019 activity programme for Dame Elizabeth Hall


BBC News - Technology

12 December 2018

BBC News - Technology

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