Welcome To Boldre War Memorial Hall

Boldre War Memorial Hall is a charitable trust that maintains and operates two halls in the Parish of Boldre.

Boldre War Memorial Hall

Boldre War Memorial Hall was opened in June 2000, its in a quiet location on the edge of the New Forest in Pilley, near Lymington, Hampshire, alongside St Nicholas Chapel. Set in this idyllic little village of Pilley, on the edge of the New Forest National Park, makes it a fantastic setting for a wide range of events and functions.

To the front of the building there is car park for around fifty cars. To the rear, an enclosed lawn and terrace. There is an adjacent children’s play area with swings and a wall for both ball kicking and netball practice. The Hall overlooks the adjoining Pilley Recreation Field.

All the rooms lead off the main reception area with the usual facilities. A central kitchen has serving hatches to the adjacent halls for ease of catering. The main hall can incorporate a stage with curtained front if required.

The main hall is 140m² and the other smaller hall is 54m².

Perkins Hall

The Perkins Youth Hall was gifted to the village by the Perkins family for use by young people in the village. It was significantly refurbished in 2007 and the day to day running passed to the Boldre War Memorial Hall charity committee.

Today, the hall is regularly used by many local groups and organisations and is available for hire through the hall bookings coordinator.

The hall has room for up to 5 cars outside. It is approximately 60m2. Entrance to the hall is through a reception area, then into the main hall. There are toilet facilities and small kitchen suitable for teas, coffees etc.

To the rear of the hall there is a small lawned area.

How to Find Us

Boldre is a short drive from the main A337 Southampton road between Brockenhurst and Lymington.


Boldre War Memorial Hall

Pilley Street
SO41 5QG

Perkins Youth Hall

Church Lane
SO41 5QL

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