About your Village Hall
Eggleston is a small picturesque village with beautiful views of the Teesdale landscapes. The village has been designated a Conservation Area in order to protect its character.
The village hall was built in 1887 by the London Lead Company as a Mechanics Institute reading and lecture room. The clock featured on the outside of the building was installed in remembrance to those who fell in World War II. The hall has recently been refurbished with a new main hall floor and panelling around the walls. The size and layout of Eggleston Village Hall make it an ideal choice for private and business functions and for any group who need a remote private location for interviews or uninterrupted meetings. The hall is available for hire for:
• Corporate Events
• Small Conferences
• Stage Productions and Concerts
• Sports Classes
• Fairs and Sales
• Social Events
Regular activities ongoing in the hall include aerobics and toning, yoga, circle dancing, a bridge club and carpet bowls.
Rooms: Main Hall 14.5m x 7.15m. Meeting Room/Stage and Kitchen. The hall is versatile in its use as the meeting room and stage area can be divided by folding doors. The front of the stage opens up by use of partition doors.
Heating: Available throughout the hall Maximum Capacity: 120.
Facilities: The modern kitchen facilities include a microwave and a double oven cooker. There are also toilet facilities accessible to all.
Equipment: The hall has adequate chairs and tables and there is ample crockery and cutlery available. There is also a good variety of sports equipment including a table tennis table, carpet bowls and exercise mats.
Parking: No designated car park. Roadside parking and parking in front of the nearby Three Tuns pub is available.
Access: Access for all into the hall.
Registered Charity Number: 520779
Christine Bell - 01833 650798
Parish Council Website
for all your information
Welcome to our new website. Here, you can find all of the information you require about your parish council. Please enjoy surfing the website. If you have any comments about it then please get in touch.
WHO WE ARE
The parish of Eggleston lies between the river Tees to the south and Eggleston Fell to the north, which is the border with Weardale.
Website design and development by Pennine Website Designs.
Eggleston Parish Council
© 2017 Pennine Website Designs. All rights reserved.