The Village Hall


Appleton le Moors

Our Village Hall is a Grade II listed, former school, built in 1867. It was designed by the Victorian Gothic architect J L Pearson, whose designs include Truro Cathedral as well as the beautiful church in Appleton.

The attached School House was occupied by successive Head Teachers until the school closed in 1969. After closure, the buildings were left in trust for the benefit of the village.


The original dedication plaque - now sited inside the main entrance.
Main Hall

A major refurbishment was carried out in 1999 with the assistance of grant funding from the European Union Community Development Fund, Ryedale District Council and the Countryside Agency. Facilities include a modern kitchen and toilets, disabled access, main hall and enclosed, paved, rear yard. Kitchen

Main Hall (left) and Kitchen (right)

Contact Mrs Margaret Strickland for all booking enquiries - Tel: 01751 417543

See the Notice Board for forthcoming events at the Village Hall

Visit our page on the North Yorkshire Village Halls website.

Groups Meeting Regularly

History and Archive Group
See Notice Board announcements.

Women's Institute
Every 4th Wednesday in the month.

Keep Fit
Tuesday evenings. Contact Maggy Tebb.