The hall was built for the benefit of the residents of Broome and its surrounding area
The hall is managed by a Management Committee comprising representatives of the village hall user organisations, the Parish Council and others elected at each Annual General Meeting. The Annual General Meeting of the Management Committee will be held in March each year and is open to the public. Throughout the year the committee meets quarterly, but these meetings are not open to the public.
The executive members of the Hall Management Committee are all Managing Trustees of the Broome Village Hall Charity No. 1072778. Broome Parish Council is appointed as Custodian Trustee. The Charity is not registered for Value Added Tax purposes.
The Management Committee works in accordance with the Broome Village Hall Charity constitution and aims to provide a suitable venue for any club or group at an affordable hiring charge. This will encourage the bringing together of people of all ages, ethnicities and religions for the benefit of all within the community and companionship that results. It actively promotes a culture of equality and diversity and works to a programme of action to make this effective within the community.
It has adopted Equal Opportunities and Health & Safety Policies.
Broome Village Hall is in the centre of a rural Norfolk in the Waveney Valley with access from the main road (A143) between Diss and Great Yarmouth / Lowestoft.