Goathland Village Hall stands in the centre of this attractive moorland village. Goathland is well known to visitors as the setting for the 'Heartbeat' television series. Set in the midst of the North York Moors National Park the hall is an ideal centre for many types of activities, including walking, exhibitions, rallies and charity events.
The hall was built in 1908 to a design by Walter Briereley, the famous Arts and Crafts architect, who also designed St Mary's the village church.
The hall was extended in 1920's and 30's when a supper room, kitchen extension, boiler room and toilets were added. A childrens' play area was added in 2005 and has been updated recently.
Recent work to improve the hall has included: new heating system, disabled toilet, baby changing facility and new ladies and gents toilets.
The main hall has a stage, lighting equipment and a gallery and is used for wedding receptions, private parties, exhibitions an charity fund raising activities.
A marquee is available for hire to provide extra space for events.