Lesbury Village Hall

A little gem at the heart of the community

About Us

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.

Thanks to the Lesbury-in-bloom group we now have three excellent flower tubs lightening up the front area of the Hall.

Lesbury Village Hall

Lesbury Village Hall is a Warm Hub.

Warm Hubs have been created by Community Action Northumberland as places within the local community where people can be assured of finding a safe, warm and friendly environment in which to enjoy refreshments, social activity, information and advice and the company of other people.

Click the Warm Hub logo to the right to read the latest copy of the ‘Winter Cosy Can’ newsletter.

 

Click on the pictures below to learn more about the development of the Hall, past events, how a few Lesbury people remember the past in the village and the celebration of a particular local individual.

The Development of the Hall

Lesbury Remembers

Past Events

The Piper of the Loos