Middridge Village Hall
Middridge Village Hall is managed by the Middridge Village Association which is a registered charity.
The Village Hall was originally built as a church school 1817 which was then closed in 1957. It was then used as a village hall, mainly by the Women's Institute until it was purchased by the Aycliffe Development Corporation in 1971 and immediately closed. In 1973 the Middridge Village Association was formed and raised funds to purchase and restore the hall which was reopened in 1978.
Contact Lourine Beadle on (01325) 316887 for booking enquiries.
We would politely ask that all Village Hall users please use the car park at the rear and not leave their vehicles outside of local resident's houses.
On these pages you will find details about the clubs that use the hall, activities that take place and contact information if you want to make a booking, or partake in any of the events and activities listed.
Note: We recently obtained a drinks licence so the hall is available for weddings, parties and other social activities and can comfortably accommodate up to 60 seated guests. Use the links to the left to find out about the facilities available in the hall.