Linton-on-Ouse Village Hall was built in 1871, over the years it has been used as a church and and the local school.
Since 2010 we have been working hard to renovate the hall with the help of volunteers and fund raising we have done this.
Our hall has had a fabulous refurbishment and to this end we are now looking forward to lots of bookings.
The hall now boasts a new roof internally and externally, new doors windows a beautiful rose leaded window has been replaced. Lighting and heating have all been replaced externally we replaced the broken Celtic Cross which stands proud at the front of our building and at the rear a new weather vane stands tall.
We have a new disabled access and disabled toilets. our kitchen is very well eqipt.
Our hall seats 80 and 120 standing.
So if your looking a rural venue then choose us its a great space for parties, meetings, dances, keep fit etc.
We have a local shop and a public house in the village and we are only a stones throw away from Benningbrough Hall.