We‘d like your feedback about the Hall. Here‘s a link for a simple on-line survey of 7 questions, which should only take a few minutes to complete. This survey is anonymous and will remain open until the end of October.

2018 Events

23rd September
Craft Fair

28th - 30th September
Hospice care/John Fieldhouse art exhibition

6th October 10:30 - Noon
Coffee Morning

6th October at 19:30
Community Cinema
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

9th October 19:30
Memorial Hall AGM

14th October 10:30 - 16:00
Warkworth Art Group Exhibition

21st October
Craft Fair

27th October
Film: Elaine Paige - I‘m Still Here

WWMH Entrance Picture

Available for hire for recreation, social and fund raising events, craft fairs, local societies, wedding receptions and family gatherings, the Warkworth War Memorial Hall can accommodate groups from 5 to 140, 7 days a week. It is also used by the Parish Council and serves as a polling station.

The Hall is managed as a charity for use by local inhabitants without distinction of political, religious or other opinions. The more formal document defining its purpose and ongoing management is described in the Scheme (pdf), overseen by the Charity Commisioners for England and Wales.

The Hall was built in 1866 as a Dissenters‘ meeting house and school, it later became a Reading Room and Lecture Hall and subsequently a Drill Hall for the Percy Volunteer Artillery. Bought by public subscription in 1920 as a war memorial hall, it serves as a village hall for the people of Warkworth and surrounding areas. For further background see History of the Hall

The Hall is managed and maintained by a small group of volunteers. If you are interested in helping in any way, please contact Peter Burnham (Tel: 01665 711388, Email: peter.burnham @ gmail.com).

For further information about the area of Warkworth and local activities/events see Welcome to Warkworth.

Registered charity, number 225812.