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The Village Hall in Maplebeck
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Village Hall Logo

The new village hall was opened in September 2015 and an exciting programme of frequent events and actvities is well under way for this current year.

If you would like to hire the hall then you can use the Booking Form.
You will need to read the Terms and Conditions for hire and the charges.

If you would like to attend any of the regular films, plays, talks, music gigs, quizzes etc. or, physical activities, such as yoga and jogging, then look at the Village Events. You will be most welcome and you can see all the dates and details on the Events Calendar.

Professional photos by Louise Dunn of

If you have any questions about the events or use of the hall you can use the Enquiry Form or phone Derek on 01636 636421 or Brendan on 01636 636185.

The hall is a stunning, modern, sustainable and fully accessible building and is fully equipped for 80 people.

by Louise Dunn of The Main Hall is 7.2m wide by 10.7m long and there is a large external courtyard accessible from the sliding / folding doors.


by Louise Dunn of It is gated and is safe for young children.
The new Hall in Maplebeck 2015 A lovely view from the main windows on to the Church and village green

Special equipment includes: 
       ●  Fully integrated audio-visual installation with a high quality projector etc.
       ●  Demountable and configurable stage (e.g. 3m x 4.5m)
       ●  Superfast  wi-fi broadband

by Louise Dunn of Entrance Hall

The hall is licenced for all types of events from 8.00am to 12.00 midnight. There is no sale of alcohol licence, but people can bring their own.

The current Hall charges are as follows:

  • For the residents of Maplebeck, Kersall & Winkburn there is a special rate of £10:00 per hour.
  • Non residents £15:00 per hour.
  • Yoga, fitness, clinics, adult education and commercial organisations: Negotiable.
  • Receptions of all varieties: £350 per event.(£250 for local residents)

The main hall is large and airy with a polished wooden floor. The heating is from a bio-mass boiler and electricity is generated by photo-voltaic panels to the rear of the buiding.

It is used as a polling station, and holds many events during the year including Film shows, Talks, Quiz nights, private parties etc.

The charity responsible for the hall is run by voluntary trustees, who serve on a management committee, which is elected annually at the Parish Meeting.

The above photographs 2016 are by Louise Dunn of

Posted 20th April 2016

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