Lesbury – a Dementia Friendly Community
Not the Royal Wedding! Not the FA Cup! The place to be in May is Lesbury Village Hall. Come along on Saturday 12 May from 2 to 3.30 and enjoy tea, cakes and a range of fun activities in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Read more about the Dementia Action Group.
Calling all Gardeners
There will be Gardeners’ Question Time, with expert advice from Tom Pattinson of Lesbury and Robert Jamieson of Howick Hall Gardens, starting at 7:30, on Thursday 10th May. Tickets at £5 from the Post Office.
New Update: Tickets are still on sale for the next Highlights Production at the Hall which is on Sunday 29th April. It is called “Ethel Smyth – Grasp the Nettle” and is a specially commissioned show to commemorate the centenary this year of the passing of the “Representation of the People” Act. Click here for more details.
Welcome to the website for Lesbury Village Hall. Its purpose is to provide you with information about the community activities that take place there.
Our historic building started life as the Village School, founded by the Percy Family in 1857. It closed in 1971 and opened as a Village Hall two years later. Over the past 40 years it has become the focus of a variety of activities enjoyed by members of the whole community.The Village Hall Committee meets monthly on the 3rd Tuesday evening to discuss all things to do with the running and upkeep of the Hall. We have a number of groups using the hall on a regular basis. Please visit our Groups page for more information. Also taking place are a number of classes. Please visit our Timetable page for more information. You can also see a Calendar of Events on our What’s On page.
Registered Charity Number 522079.