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We went to Bourne Hall today. I didn't know there was a craft fair or I would have brought some spending money with me. Lovely range of products to look at including some pottery and wooden bowls as well. The library is spacious and staff...More
Having visited Bourne Hall many times, for both the building activities and the park & lake, the 9 year old was very excited to see a brief history of the Tudors - showing the WORST employment opportunities of youngsters in Tudor times that would have...More
I hold a Fayre at Bourne Hall each year for a charity. The venue is very nice and the staff are very helpful. There is also a small refreshment bar that serves nice sandwiches teas and coffee etc. There is plenty of parking for cars,...More
Found in a lovely park, Bourne Hall is a wonderful idea of what people thought the future of architecture might be. It houses a library and other community facilities but the most interesting is the local museum. Housed on the first floor, it covers everything...More
A unique building relic, built around the 1960s and always a pleasant place to visit due to the high ceilings and very open plan nature. It has hardly changed over the years though, and therefore deserves some form of refurbishment. Attended a large memorial event...More
The cafe in Bourne Hall has been awarded level 5 ( the highest ) again for food hygiene. The park around is beautiful with a small lake and fountain . There are ducks and geese on the lake . For those with families and small...More