Available for hire for recreation, social and fund raising events, craft fairs, local societies, wedding receptions and family gatherings, the Warkworth War Memorial Hall can accommodate groups from 5 to 140, 7 days a week.
It is managed as a charity for use by local inhabitants without distinction of political, religious or other opinions. The more formal document defining its purpose and ongoing management is described in the Scheme (pdf), overseen by the Charity Commisioners for England and Wales.
Coffee Morning - Northumberland Village Halls Heritage Project
The findings of our ‘Warkworth War Memorial Hall Heritage Project’ will be launched at our Coffee morning on Saturday March 23rd. Various posters and archive material will be on display covering its history from 1866 to the present day. The Coffee Morning will also be an opportunity to find out more about current activities, to influence the hall’s future development or to simply have some refreshments and perhaps a go on the raffle or tomobola.
Memorial Hall 2024 Survey (running until the end of March)
The management committee invite you to have your say on the Hall’s future development. The 2024 survey is available as a word document or a pdf file. We would be grateful if you would download and complete either of these documents.
Changes since our last survey (2018) have included re-decoration and re-flooring the main hall, new hall lighting, upgrades to AV equipment (projector, screen and speakers), re-decoration of the British Legion Room which is now in general use, re-decoration of the Library and corridor areas, Internet provision and acquisition of IT training equipment, re-pointing various external walls, resolution of a basement damp problem and a major update to the Hall’s fire detection/alarm system. There have also been changes to the Hall Trustees and the active user groups.
Registered charity, number 225812.
Warkworth is a large village in Northumberland, England. For further information about the area and local activities/events see Welcome to Warkworth.