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St Bees Village Hall

2 Finkle Street St Bees CA27 0BN

Contact 01946 823772 for bookings

St. Bees Village Hall, also known as "Hodgett's Club”, is an imposing sandstone building in Finkle Street, St Bees.

It is run by the Village Hall Management Committee which is made up of volunteers, and is a registered charity.

  • The 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 (900 sq ft) that has recently been re-decorated and re-floored.

  • There is a licensed bar, and a stage with a sound system.

  • The toilets have been re-furbished and new heating has been installed.

  • Rentals are by the hour and are very moderate.

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 officially become the village hall.

 

 

Interior views

The main hall looking towards stage
The main hall looking toards bar and kitchen

 

 

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Bookings - 01946 823772