Cherry Gardens Memorial Hall
This is a Memorial Hall dedicated to those members of the community lost in the 2 World Wars. It is managed and maintained by an elected voluntary committee. It is one of only a few Halls in the Onkaparinga Council area which is NOT owned by the Council. It is, in fact, owned by the community of Cherry Gardens. Assistance is received from the council in the form of an annual Maintenance Grant.
We welcome and encourage use of the Hall by the community for public and private events. Capacity: 180 / 120 seated.
The committee runs several events each year including a mid-year Community Dinner and a Community Campfire in August/September to encourage community engagement. The Hall is also the venue for the Anzac Day breakfast and The Cherry Church Christmas Carols.
Hall for hire
The Cherry Gardens Hall is available for hire for all functions, meetings and social occasions.
Rates are very reasonable.
For bookings or more information call Terry on 8270-2232 or 0414 824 110.
The Hall Annual General Meeting is held in February each year.
Members are entitled to vote at the AGM. Membership is just $5 a year, or $12 for a family membership. If you would like to become a member, or require any other information, please contact Bill Semple on 8370-6460 or 0433 656 803.
To keep in touch with what is happening at the hall, you can befriend us on Facebook.
Potential dog training sessions at the hall + We are also pleased to announce that the Hall has been successful in attracting some grants from the Onkaparinga Council in the 2019 round. Remember to visit the Hall Facebook page and you will be kept updated on functions and other happenings at the Hall.
The Annual General Meeting of the Cherry Gardens Memorial Hall was held on Tuesday 26th February. The meeting approved a number of changes to the Constitution. The Committee is currently exploring ways of upgrading the appearance of the Hall; hopefully you will notice some positive changes over the coming months.
Thanks to those who attended the Community Campfire on August 25th. The Community Campfire will be a regular function at the hall each year, around the end of August or early September. It is a great night, and an opportunity for the community to share some time together.
Thank you to all those who attended the Community Dinner held at the Hall on 30th June. We had a capacity crowd, (packed to the rafters!) and judging from the feedback, everyone had a great time. Get out your diaries, because we have another get together opportunity. We will again be having the Community Campfire, this year on Saturday 25th August from 5pm to 8pm.