Mobberley VIctory Hall

Mobberley Parish Council

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Victory Hall was built in 1921 to remember the fallen villagers from World War One and created as a community meeting place for the villagers from local funds and benefactors and was officially opened on Thursday the 30th of December 1921.

The building was left in Trust to Mobberley Parish Council and is now run by a Trust Deed Committee comprising of Parish Councillors and representatives from many organisations in the village.

 

Mojor refurbishment work is currently being undertaken to bring the building up to a high standard suitable for many occassions.  The Hall is also home to many village based organisations including the Women’s Institute, Village Society and playgroup and is a regular place for locals.

 

Latest update on on-gong work:
 

 

Work has now finished on the new toilets at the Victory Hall and they are a great improvement, incorporating a dedicated Disabled toilet.  The ramp at the front door also makes the hall far more accessible to all our users.   

 

For more information about this fantastic facility, please visit their website Mobberley Victory Hall