Northumberland Village Halls


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Crookham Village Hall

Crookham Village Hall comprises a large refurbished hall and a newly built small hall named 'The Tom Turnbull Room’ in memory of a past chairman. They benefit from tea and coffee-making facilities, own disabled unisex toilets and have separate entrances. Both facilities can be booked separately or together for larger functions. We have a fully-equipped kitchen and external area with picnic tables.

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Etal Village Hall

Etal Village Hall is in one of the prettiest villages in North Northumberland. The hall was originally opened in 1926 as a reading room for Etal village. It was extended and fully refurbished in 2005 to bring the village hall into the 21st century and to provide a focus for the community.

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