Whorlton Village Hall
Whorlton is located four miles from Barnard Castle and above the River Tees. The village is very picturesque and has an attractive green. There is also a wooden suspension bridge that was built in 1831 which leads to Wycliffe and provides access to the A66.
Whorlton Village Hall was originally built in 1840 by a Mr Ferdinand Raine as an Independent Chapel. It continued to be held by the Raine family until eventually falling into disuse until about thirty years ago when it was bought by the Anglican Church on the recommendation of the then incumbent vicar of Whorlton Parish for use as a meeting place. In 1991 Whorlton Village Community Association was established and subsequently became tenants for the hall. The association set about raising funds to improve the rather run down building and have successfully renovated it to its present working condition. The size and layout of Whorlton Village Hall makes it an ideal choice for private and business functions. The hall is available for hire for: • Meetings/Seminars • Social Events • Fairs and Sales • Rehearsals • Training • Functions • Parties • Stage Productions/Concerts • Sports Classes Regular activities ongoing in the hall include committee meetings, WI and stage productions and concerts.
Rooms: Kitchen 11’ x 10’ Dressing Room 8’ x 10’6” Main Hall 28’ x 22’6” Stage 11’ x 19’
Heating: Oil fired central heating throughout hall
Maximum Capacity: Main Hall 80. Kitchen 6 Dressing Room 8
Facilities: The hall boasts a stage with lighting and a PA system suitable for productions and concerts. The kitchen facilities include an electric cooker and there are toilet facilities accessible to all.
Equipment: The hall has adequate chairs and tables and there is ample crockery and cutlery available. There is a photocopier available.
Parking: No designated car park but roadside parking is available.
Access: Ramp to main entrance
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