Lothersdale Village Hall - front view Lothersdale Village Hall - set out for a dining function Lothersdale Village Hall - empty hall Lothersdale Village Hall - excellent kitchen facilities Lothersdale Village Hall - Gazebo for outside catering

About Us

Lothersdale Village Hall was built by the Church of England in the middle of the 19th century and initially served as the village school. When the State School was opened, it became the Church Hall and it remained as such for the next hundred years. However, it gradually fell out of use and became dilapidated until, in the 1990s, a group of villagers came together with a view to restoring the hall and making it into a facility for the local area.

Just before the end of the last century the Lothersdale Village Hall Trust was formed, a registered charity, which took over the running and maintenance of the hall, paying a peppercorn rent to the landlords, the local church and diocese.

Much has been done over the last 20 years, but the Trust continues with its original aim of promoting and improving the hall for the benefit of present and future generations.

Regular Activites

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