1920 – Village Hall, Hardingham, Norfolk

Architect: Baillie Scott


Known as Hardingham Memorial Hall after the dead of the First World War. Published in The Building News, December 10 1920: “This hall was formally opened on Wednesday List, and was the gift to the village of Mrs. Edwards and Captain B.M. Edwards, of Hardingham Hall. The accommodation provided is one ball with kitchen and retiring-rooms. When the hall is not required for entertainments it may be divided into two rooms, for use by both men and women. This is arranged by a sliding partition. The materials used are local bricks cemented externally, the roof covered with pantiles, and the quoins to windows are brick, and the plinth is tarred. The entrance is half-timbered, the oak left rough from the adze. The builder is Mr. C. Cordy,. of Hingham, and the architect Mr. Baillie Scott, of Gray’s Inn Square. W.C.”