|The hall also provides a memorial for those who fought and gave their lives in the first world war.
A stone inscription in the entrance vestibule bearing the words
"Thank God for the men of Pillinge and Elstow Brickworks
Four stone panels bear the names of the eighty men.
|The Building Layout
To one side of the vestibule is was an oak staircase that led to a committee room and for the ladies sewing meetings.
A fire proof room was built to house the cinema apparatus.
The floor was constructed of maple ideal for dancing. The ceiling has two domes from which electric lighting and ventilation are provided for the hall. Speakers are secreted within the hall
On the left is where the organ was situated. There are dressing and store rooms beneath the stage which also houses the heating system and organ blowing-chamber. To the side is a recessed kitchen for refreshments.
In 1976 a planning application was made to provide a seperate bar and kitchen areafor the hall. These will be built as an estension running along the Easten side of the hall with access through moveable doors to the main hall.
The year 2000 has seen has seen a refurbishment of the exterior of the building.