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The Village Hall

 

This medium-sized hall is centrally located in the village in Finkle Street, and has recently had considerable repairs to bring the fabric up to standard. There is a large ground floor hall that has recently been re-decorated and re-floored.

There is a kitchen equipped for catering, a permanent licensed bar and a stage with a sound system. The toilets have been re-furbished and new heating has been installed.

Bookings 01946 823772

St. Bees Village Hall, also known as "Hodgett's Club", is an imposing sandstone building in Finkle Street, It was built in about 1882 by Alfred Hodgett of Abbots Court, as the St. Bees Liberal Club. In 1924 the building was bought by the Parish Council for £850 to become the village hall. It is now run as a registered charity by a voluntary committee.

Right - The Village Hall exterior

 

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Village School Hall

This hall is almost exclusively used for Village School functions.

Methodist Room

A general purpose room beneath the Methodist chapel

Adams Recreation Ground

The pavilion is available for hire.

At the Priory Church

New College Hall (Two halls)

Belonging to the church, it is hired by many groups. The lower hall is the better equipped and the upstairs is a bit more "utilitarian". Good parking nearby for evenings and weekends. A bit restricted during school days.

Old College Hall

Also owned by the church, it has recently been repaired and renovated and is now one of the finest halls in the village, and indeed the finest mediaeval hall still in use in Cumbria. It has facilities for meetings, lectures, exhibitions, drama and music, as well social events. Parking as for New College Hall. Disabled access unfortunately restricted due to the architecture and Grade I Listed Building status.