Welcome to Hartington Village Hall.
Close to the centre of our village, Hartington Village Hall is a traditional hall set within the stunning Peak District National Park. Built in 1924, its modest exterior belies a tardis-like interior, licensed to hold up to 200 people & offering:
- Large sprung, maple dance floor
- Bar and Kitchen facilities
- Stage for band/disco
- Quieter area – ideal for serving buffets
- An upstairs ‘Bakehouse’ meeting area for small groups.
- Tables and Chairs
We are delighted to say that the Village Hall re-opened on Monday 13th July. We have undertaken a risk assessment, as advised by Rural Action Derbyshire, and have amended certain procedures as a result. Our additional guidance to hirers can be seen elsewhere on our website at https://hartingtonvillagehall.co.uk/covid-19/ .
During our closure a small team of volunteers have undertaken a range of maintenance tasks as well as decorating various areas.
A new water heater for the kitchen has been purchased and fitted with the aid of a £700 grant from DDC Councillor Simon Spencer.
The long awaited replacement of our main roof started on Monday 6th July, and is scheduled to last until late August (weather dependent).
Initially the number of groups using the Village Hall will be minimal: Parish Council, History Group, Management Group, Pilates and our Rural Social Group.
However we envisage from September that we will be able to welcome back all our usual groups. Bookings should be made as usual via https://hartingtonvillagehall.co.uk/booking-form/ .
Chair of Trustees