East Rounton Village Hall
Commissioned by Sir Hugh Bell the iron master in 1906 the village hall was designed by George Jack who worked with Philip Webb who was responsible for the design of Rounton Grange and the model village of East Rounton. It had coal fired central heating and electricity long before the national grid and was used as a hospital during World War I.
There are six adjacent cottages in the village square as well as the main hall. It is used regularly for village events and managed by a charitable company.
Next special event :
The next village hall event will be a performance of Queen of the Desert a new play about Gertrude Bell by David Farn on Friday 26th April at 7.30pm at the Village Hall. This will be followed on Saturday by an illustrated talk about Mountgrace Priory (Sir Hugh Bells family home) by Anne Simpson.
Weekly every Monday from 6pm Yoga and on Thursday from 6pm onwards Zumba Gold keep fit classes.
See also our Facebook page and @RountonVH on Twitter
Annual village events include: Valentine Dance, Quiz Nights, Summer BBQ, Hog Roast, Harvest Supper, Christmas Fair
Monthly Events include: Dominoes, Whist, Carpet Bowls, Mothers Union, Yorkshire Country Women
Weekly Events : Zumba Gold (Thursday 6pm)
The hall is also available for hire for private parties and other local events. Price list and brochure
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Calendar of special events for 2019
Every Monday 6pm Yoga class. Contact: Andrea on 07797 3311361 or email [email protected]
Every Thursday 6.30pm Zumba Gold keep fit class. To book a place contact: Lou at www.bookwhen.com/alexzumba
|Sat Feb 23rd 8pm||Winter Stargazing|
|Friday 26th April 7.30pm||Gertrude Bell Play|
|Saturday 27th April 7.30pm||Mountgrace Priory (illustrated talk about Gertude Bell's father's home)|
|Sun 21st July 12.30pm||Village BBQ|
|Sat 10th August||Stargazing Perseid Meteors (slideshow if wet)|
|Sat 14th Sept 8pm||Heritage Buildings Open Day|
|Sun 15th Sept 10am-4pm||Heritage Buildings Open Day|
|Sat Oct 26th||Childrens Halloween Party 2-5pm|
|Fri Nov 29th||Church Xmas Fair|
Events held in previous years