Byrness Village Hall is the last village hall in England on the A68 , 10 miles north of Otterburn.
o Spacious Main Hall 
o Kitchen recently refurbished
o Radiant Heating
o Ample Parking
o Close to the A68

Available for:
family celebrations ● public meetings  ● exhibitions & sales ● drama● concerts ●  leisure and recreational activities

Main Hall
Spacious Hall with hanging, depicting St Francis, crafted by members of the community.
o Standing space for up to 150
o Seating for up to 60
o Folding Tables – 4 large and 12 small
o 3 Display boards for exhibitions
o Bookcase
o Lamp
o Wide door and wheel chair access
o Metered  heating system

A roomy modern fitted kitchen which can also be used as a meeting room.
o Hot water boiler plus water heaters
o Electric Oven & Hob
o Crockery for lunches and teas
o Iron and board for craft classes.

Regular Events & Activities
During the year seasonal events are held such as Christmas party, Old Years Night, Easter Fun day and Halloween. The hall is also used for coffee mornings, Bring and Buy, harvest tea etc.

Tuesday evenings

Craft Class, 7.00 – 9.00pm. £1.50 each class.

Wednesday evenings

John Henderson has started s kettle-bell class, 7.00 to 8.00pm. Come along and firm up those muscles. £2.00 each class.

Thursday lunchtime

Soup, sandwich, cake and a drink. Donation to Byrness Village Hall (minimum £2.00 per person)

October 7

Table top sale.  11.00am – 1.00pm, cost of £3 to hire a table.


Byrness Village Hall Booking Procedure

The village hall committee are keen for individuals and groups to use the hall;

Charges for use are;
£14.00 per hour. A daily rate is also available.
payable within 7 days of use.

Maximum number, 150

To request a booking, please contact the treasurer.
Joanne MacNeil, 12 South Greens, Byrness Village, NE19 1TT 

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