Arden Hall

Arden Hall


Arden Hall is owned and run by Castle Bromwich Parish Council.

It was opened in October 1965 to serve the needs of the Castle Bromwich community who enjoy preferential hiring rates.

Amenities available for hire to the general public are 6 function rooms with capacity ranging from 15 to 200 persons. Click here for details of the hiring rates.

Situated behind the hall are Arden Hall playing fields, playground and Sports Pavillion. Football and cricket pitches and tennis courts are available for hire.

For more details of Parish Council run amenities click here

We are looking for volunteers to become FRIENDS OF ARDEN HALL for all sorts of jobs - everyone welcome. Do you have hidden talent and deep down long to be an artist? The Friends would like to hear from you - just complete the membership form available from the entrance of Arden Hall.

The recent refurbishment to the front of Arden Hall and the Booking Office now located on the Ground Floor has proved to be a great success. The garden at the front of Arden Hall has recently been replanted with bedding plants and spring bulbs so in the new year will be full of colour .................................. Further work is planned for the future.

Further exciting events are in the pipeline so watch our website for details or "pick up the phone". We'd be pleased to hear from you.

Castle Bromwich Garden of Memory Appeal

This is a message to the residents of Castle Bromwich parish:

My name is Councillor Pauline Allen and you may know that in the park at the rear of Arden Hall we have a special 'garden of memory' that we are looking to brighten up with new plants. There are three flower beds to plant up with named roses and fuchsia's and hardy plants that are low maintenance - we even have three volunteers that we have provisionally booked to help. The volunteers are working towards the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme and extremely keen to help the parish council make castle Bromwich a brighter place.

Would you like to help these young lads with this scheme? We would like to invite the residents of the parish if they would like to donate a plant in this special place, perhaps in memory of a loved one they may have lost in a recent war or a tragic accident. They may wish to plant it themselves or if required we will plant it on their behalf.