Rountons Village Hall is an Arts & Crafts building in East Rounton. It is run and looked after by the management committee of volunteers for the benefit of residents of the locality of East and West Rounton.

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The building was purpose built in 1906 as a Village Hall by Middlesbrough Ironmaster Hugh Lowthian Bell. It has recently been refurbished following celebrations in its Centenary Year in 2006. There is a south facing patio garden to the rear of the Hall with views over open country.

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Committee Room Supper Room
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Main Hall Rear Patio

Rountons Village Hall is available for private events, parties and other celebrations.
Online Brochure as PDF hire Rates for 2014 are:

Room Hourly Rate Minimum Charge
Committee Room £ 5 £ 5
Supper Room £ 10 £ 10
Main Hall £ 14 £ 14
Main Kitchen - - £ 20
Downstairs Kitchen - - £ 10
Winter Heating Supplement £2.50

Crockery, cutlery, glasses and linens are available for hire by prior arrangement.

Discounts available for other charities fundraising events

For more details and to check availability please contact:
Booking secretary: Hilary Bell 882367 Chairman: Martin Brown 882845

Email: Bookings

Rounton Village Hall (Registered Charity No. 1137241) Company Registered in England Regd. No.7299936