Netherwitton Village Hall is located in the central conservation area of Netherwitton, a historic village 8 miles north-west of Morpeth. It is a beautiful stone building dating back over 200 years and retains many of its original features. It is set in lovely, rural surroundings but is only a 10- minute drive from the A1 and A697. The Village Hall is managed by a Management Committee made up of locally-resident volunteers, who are also Trustees. It is a non-profit, registered charity and is largely self-funding through Pub Nights, fund-raising events and hire charges for the use of the hall.
A recent extension to the Hall has resulted in a much larger, modern, well-equipped kitchen which means that it can now be used for events and hiring involving food preparation.
The Hall has one spacious room, which includes a bar and bar area, and there is also a charming enclosed external patio and garden area.
Netherwitton Village Hall is also licensed to sell alcohol.