The Village Hall is an attractive Grade II listed building designed by G.E.Street and built in 1872 under the patronage of Sir Tatton Sykes of nearby Sledmere.
The Hall is open most Sundays from 11am to 4pm for light refreshments. Volunteers from the village serve tea/coffee/juices and a variety of scones and home-baked cakes.
The hall is warm and welcoming in the autumn and cool and refreshing on hot summer days.
It is available for hire for parties, receptions, business functions and seminars.
The main hall can comfortably seat 70 and a smaller meeting room upstairs can accommodate 15. Two sets of large patio doors open out onto a sunny south-facing terrace with marquee facilities if required.
Contact: ~villagehall~ or for bookings ~pw.foster1~ or ~jenniferheron~
- Disabled access throughout
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Sound system
- Display boards
- 80 chairs
- 20 small tables (seat 4)
- 6 large tables (seat 8)
- Underfloor heating
- Parking on site and in village
- Catering can be arranged
|Session Times||Community / Voluntary||Private Hire / Activities with Fees||Business / Commercial|
|Morning 9am – 1pm||£12||£30||£35||£60||£65|
|Afternoon 1pm – 5pm||£12||£30||£35||£60||£65|
|Evening 5pm onwards||£15||£45||£50||£70||£75|
Overnight stay 12 midnight to 9am: £45.
Times are negotiable depending on need.
Price includes use of all facilities. Please bring your own refreshments.
Cheques made payable to Thixendale Village Hall Committee or BACS 40-31-08 21006371.
c/o The Treasurer Chapel Farm, Thixendale. YO17 9TG
Contact emails: ~pw.foster1~ or ~jenniferheron~
The phone number for the hall itself is 01377 288647.