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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Humber & Wolds

Village halls in Humber & Wolds
Barrow upon Humber Village Hall
Humber & Wolds
Our Village Hall is the largest in our community, parties for children are the best because of the size of the space. The hall, when open provides space for Parents, babies and toddlers; Brownies; Guides; Keep Fit; Yoga and Christy fundraisers.
Bert Boyden Community Centre
Humber & Wolds
We took on a redundant Adult Social Care Centre and turned it into a vibrant Community Centre. Art Therapy, Quilting, Alzheimer's and Drama Groups use the building along with Family Support Services. We also have a Community Cafe
Elloughton Village Hall
Humber & Wolds
Our village hall which was built in 1938 which is on land owned by a local foundation, is situated in Brough and is the link between the two villages of Elloughton and Brough. Normally it is in constant use by many different groups both for learning and for pleasure. We have Dance, Yoga, Pilates, Indoor Bowls, Zumba on a regular basis. The local Muslim group runs a teaching class for young students and once a month a Church Group hold their services in the village hall. The local amateur dramatic group, The Petuaria Players, stage performances three times a year and have done so since 1961 when their first production was Sabrina Fair. Birthday parties are held on a regular basis by different groups of people from the local community. The hall is managed by a small group of trustees who ensure that maintenance for the hall is constantly managed so that the building is kept in a safe and secure state for the benefit of all the users. Over the years we have been lucky to secure grants from various sources to enable extensions and repairs to be completed.
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Kirton In Lindsey Diamond Jubilee Town Hall
Humber & Wolds
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North Ferriby Village Hall
Humber & Wolds
Our hall began life in early 1914 built as a meeting place for estate workers and is now a popular location for community events, clubs and activities for all ages and private functions.
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South Killingholme Community Centre
Humber & Wolds
South Killingholme has a great sense of community, demonstrated by COVID 19. Although the usual activities of the hall have been shut members of the community have been busy supporting our local Mutual Aid Group and the vulnerable shielding in our neighbourhood. Councillors and volunteers have been shopping, pick up and delivering medications, dog walking, ringing villagers, cooking, redistributing unwanted food parcels, planting and maintaining community bedding, and errands for vulnerable groups. We have recognised the isolation many community members are feeling and are excited about setting up a walk and talk group, restarting bingo and the village playgroup. We are endeavouring to obtain grants for youth activities and a community orchard.
St Mark’s Church Hall, Anlaby Common
Humber & Wolds
St Mark’s Church Hall was built in 1968. The hall’s timber-framed dome shape makes it a distinctive local landmark. We primarily serve 8,600 residents in Anlaby Common, Anlaby Park and Rokeby Park, West Hull/East Yorkshire - a mixed community including areas suffering localised deprivation and people affected by social isolation. Whilst we are still impacted by the effects of the pandemic our hall is busy. We are home to a mix of groups serving a variety of age groups and needs - groups for babies/toddlers and their carers, children, youth and adults; fitness, dance and hobby groups; maths/English tuition and an NHS clinic. The hall provides our church’s kitchen, space for community outreach and to help local families, e.g. as a low cost venue for children's parties. It is also used by volunteers running a community garden on-site, and for community events such as fun days, fayres, holiday clubs and the local Christmas lights switch-on. We are currently undergoing a phased refurbishment programme and hope to continue supporting our community for many more years to come!
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