Dalton and Gayles Village Hall

The Village

Dalton and Gayles Village Hall is situated at the edge of the village of Dalton and a mile away from the village of Gayles, just off the A66 and lies equal distance between the towns of Richmond and Barnard Castle.

The Hall

Dalton and Gayles Village Hall has just finished the latest and most expensive renovation work in its illustrious history. The Hall is now fit for the 21st Century with newly insulated walls and ceilings, energy-efficient electric radiators, low-energy light fittings, a coat of paint and a varnished wood floor giving this former RAF building a fantastic new lease of life.


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The hall has two main rooms, a kitchen, and toilets including disabled. The main room has a stage with lighting, PA system and is suitable for a variety of events while the small “supper” room is an adequate size for smaller functions.

Regular activities include Scouts, Zumba, Yoga, Bridge Club, Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association, Boot Camp, Wine Circle, Sewing Club and many
more. Dalton Amateur Dramatics hold a very successful pantomime during half-term usually in February.

The hall is
available for hire for:

  • Meetings/small conferences
  • Corporate events
  • Stage productions
  • Social events
  • Sports classes
  • Music events
  • Training
  • Rehearsals
  • Parties
  • Weddings
  • Christenings
  • Funeral Teas
  • Functions
  • Fairs and Sales


Main room -18m by 8m with a stage and lighting. The stage is 6m by 4m in size and is suitable for discos, bands and performing arts groups. A bar is also situated in this room. The hall has adequate supplies of tables and chairs. Maximum Capacity: 250 people

Supper Room – 6m x 5m which is adjacent to the kitchen. Capacity: 30 people

Kitchen – fully equipped with cooker, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, boiling water heater. It has an adequate supply of crockery and cutlery.

The Hall is at ground level only. There are no steps.

There is a toilet for the disabled.

Heating: Brand new energy efficient electric heating throughout the hall.

There is adequate parking outside the hall.

Hire Charges:


All of the Hall: £15 per hour

  • Main Hall only: £12 per hour

·        Supper Room only: £10 per hour

·        Local Users and Events

·        All of the Hall: £10 per hour

·        Main Hall only: £8.00 per hour

·        Supper Room only: £6.00 per hour

Weekend Rates

·        Half day weekend hire: All of the Hall: £40.00

·        Weddings etc. (Friday p.m., Saturday & Sunday a.m.) All of the Hall: £250.00

Please feel free to enquire as discretionary rates may apply.

Registered Charity: 1081889

Floor Plan: attached


Jim Sadler on 01833 621581 or secretary Alison Brooks 01833 621469


Accessible WC

Level Entrance


  • Sat
    7:30 pmDalton & Gayles Village Hall, Dalton, Richmond.N.Yorks. DL117HSJim Sadler 01833 621581£7.50 (£10.00 on Door)

    SSP 1. On Saturday 2nd February 2019, Dalton & Gayles Village Hall welcome back The Smokin Spitfires, one of the Hall's favourite live bands.
    An 8 piece outfit playing classic Motown, Stax, Soul and R&B. Licensed Bar.
    Tickets: £7.50 (or £10.00 on door).
    Available from: Alison Brooks 07751 120424 or Jim Sadler 01833 621581.

  • Thu
    7:00 pmDalton & Gayles Village Hall01833 621236£6.50

    Dalton & Gayles Yorkshire Countrywomen are holding a Gardeners' Question Time on Thursday 17 October in Dalton & Gayles Memorial hall with Martin Fish and Sarah Hopps.  Doors open at 7pm and the cost is £6.50 including interval refreshments.  Tickets from 01833 621236.

    Martin has been gardening since he was a boy helping his Grandma in her traditional cottage garden. He has since gone on to broaden his horticultural field by training and working in a council parks department then moving on to own his own landscape/nursery business. He writes for various garden publications and is a garden expert on BBC Radio. He loves nothing more than sharing his knowledge and talking about all things gardening.  Sarah Hopps is well known in gardening circles; she does gardening tours and is a regular speaker at Harrogate Flower Show