The Memorial Hall was opened in 1962 and is situated in the heart of Catcliffe. It was built as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the second world war and initial funding was by a welfare fund started during the same war by residents. In 2017, the hall was completely refurbished and the stage extension removed. A patio was built and extra parking added to the rear.
It is currently used for a number of activities, including meetings of local clubs, societies and various fitness classes. The Hall is used as the base for the Parish Council where monthly meetings and drop in surgeries take place and is the local polling station.
In addition to the Hall itself, there is a kitchen plus a smaller room to the side which is perfect for meetings. An indoor bowling set up is also available for hire subject to availability. It is planned to equip the hall with a modular stage in the near future.
Please contact the clerk to discuss your requirements.