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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Tees Valley

Village halls in the Tees Valley
Egglescliffe Parish Hall
Tees Valley
Our parish hall opened as a school in 1839. It serves a wide range of community groups currently such as Girlguiding, WI, gardening club and playgroup. In the future, we hope the community continues to use the parish hall and support with the ongoing renovation plans.
Tees Valley
This is a photograph I took at Egton during COVID Restrictions
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Ingleby Barwick Community Hall
Tees Valley
Ingleby Barwick Community Hall was established as a charity by Trust Deed on 4th August 1993. It was constructed as a purpose built community hall and transferred to Ingleby Barwick Town Council (formerly Parish Council) under the conditions of the Trust Deed and is managed by a Management Committee consisting of members of the Town Council, Elected Members and User Group Representatives. The hall is hired out to groups for many different recreational and leisure activities for the benefit of the inhabitants of Ingleby Barwick and is open seven days a week, playing a very important role in the community. However, because of the coronavirus pandemic the hall has been closed for almost a year since March 2020 but is looking forward to re-opening when restrictions are lifted.
Kirklevington and CastleLeavington Memorial Village Hall
Tees Valley
Stainton Memorial Hall
Tees Valley
Built in 1844, Stainton Memorial Hall is the hub of the village and we can’t wait to see everyone again once we’re allowed to re-open following lockdown.
Wolviston Womens Institute Hall
Tees Valley
We are situated in a quiet village in the northern area of the Tees Valley. We are a small hall used primarily for WI members but we hire our facilities out to the community at large. We have very close links with the Parish Council, St Peter’s Church and Wolviston Village Community Centre.
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