Stainton Village is situated 1 mile north of Barnard Castle and has outstanding views over the Dales towards North Yorkshire. The area was surrounded by army camps in the past and is now well known for Stainton Stone which is produced at a quarry in the village.
The village hall, which was the old school, is run by the Stainton and Streatlam Village Hall Association. The size and layout of Stainton Village Hall makes it an ideal choice for private and business functions.
The hall is available for hire for:
• Social Events
• Fairs and Sales
• Stage Productions/Concerts
• Sports Classes
Regular activities ongoing in the hall include tea and chat and WI.
Rooms: Main Hall 13m x 5m. Small Hall 5m x 4m.
Heating: Available throughout hall, a new gas central heating system has recently been installed.
Maximum Capacity: Main Hall 60. Small Hall 15
Facilities: This hall has a stage making it a suitable venue for stage productions. The kitchen facilities include a double oven cooker.
Equipment: The hall has adequate chairs and tables and there is ample crockery and cutlery available. There is also a small stereo system and a PA system available.
Parking: No designated car park, roadside parking available.
Access: Steps to entrance, wheelchair access to rear but not to WC.
Hire Charges: Contact the hall directly
Registered Charity Number: 502041
Jane Teasdale – 01833 638348
On Street Parking
Wheelchair Access to Rear
Sun11Nov20182:00 pmStainton & Streatlam Village HallJane Teasdale 01833 638348Donations in aid of Royal British Legion
World War 1 Memorial Afternoon Tea
Memorial Afternoon Tea to remember those that lost their lives including The Hon. Fergus Bowes-Lyon (Queen mothers brother).8th Bn., Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) who died on 27 September 1915 Age 26. Unveiling of Newly framed Roll of Honour. Last post to be played by a Bugler at 2.30 pm
Donations for Afternoon Tea in aid of Royal British Legion. Wall of Poppies/ Tommy soldier images will be displayed at the hall and in the Jubilee Memorial Gardens.