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A community asset for all to enjoy
Trent Memorial Hall was built in 1923 to honour the men of Trent and its surrounding area, including the hamlets of Adber and Hummer, who fought in the Great War. It is a great community asset – a place where everyone, of all ages, from Trent and farther afield can come to enjoy a wide range of activities and social events.
The Hall is now in need of modernisation and improvement and the Hall Committee is planning a major refurbishment programme to include a second meeting/function room and a variety of other improvements. We have secured substantial village support and are working hard – including through social events - to raise the necessary funds, alongside applications to several charitable funders. For its part, the hall’s owners, the Ernest Cook Trust, has pledged a significant sum towards the total cost. If we can raise the necessary funds we hope to carry out the improvements in 2019 – this site will carry more details, including about hall availability, in due course.
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Hall Improvement Fund
The Memorial Hall was built to commemorate the men of Trent who fought and died in the Great War.
We have plans to extend and modernise the Hall to provide a flexible and attractive community facility to meet the needs of the local community now and for future generations.
We welcome your support.
To mark a hundred years since the end of the Great War we are cycling 275 miles to commemorate all the men and women who died in the conflict. Starting at the Menin Gate, we will visit the graves and memorials of the men of Trent who died on the Western Front and finish at the Trent Memorial Hall, built in their honour. We are raising money for both the rebuilding of the Trent Memorial Hall and Combat Stress, supporting service families. Remembering the fallen by building for the future.