The Hathersage Memorial Hall is a fantastic resource for the local community, providing three good sized halls, a small meeting room and kitchen facilities for hire to local groups and individuals.
It is run, in conjunction with Hathersage Parish Council, by a committee of volunteers, including elected members and representatives of organisations that use the hall. If you have a few hours per month available, and could help with admin tasks or minor running repairs, becoming a Hall team member is a great way to give back to the local community – new faces always welcome, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to join us
A bit of history
The hall was originally bought, in 1928, for the people of Hathersage at a cost of £650 raised by public subscription. After some refurbishment it was opened as a War Memorial Hall in 1929 with a village dance. Since then the hall has been extended and developed, with a major refurbishment completed in 2007. A further grant from the National Lottery ‘Awards for All’ scheme in 2012 enabled the replacement of the old entrance to the hall with a new double glazed foyer.