Gunnerside is a small village located in the heart
of the beautiful countryside of Swaledale, in the
Yorkshire Dales National Park.
For more information about Gunnerside, please go to
About Gunnerside Village Hall
The Village Hall (originally called the Literary
Institute) was built in the 1860s, and has been
formally registered as a charity since 1940. It is
managed by a committee of Trustees representing all
the organisations which use the hall regularly.
The upper floor of the Hall (view
floor plan) comprises a large single room with
a raised stage, which has a licensed seating
capacity of 110 for performances. The ground floor (view
floor plan) has two smaller meeting rooms,
which can be combined to form a single room, and a
well-equipped modern kitchen which was re-furbished
in 2006. There are gentlemen's and ladies'
cloakrooms but without disabled access. All doors
and windows were fully double-glazed in 2010,
The Hall has a premises licence for the sale and
consumption of alcohol.
What Happens In Gunnerside Village Hall?
Coffee morning or
soup and sweet lunch
| every Monday at 10.00 &
every other Monday at 14.00
every Monday and Friday at 18.00
every Tuesday at 19.30
every Thursday from 10.00
every fourth Thursday of the month at 19.30
most months, usually on the first Saturday,
every Bank Holiday Monday
| Rachel on 01748 886 460
Margaret on 01748 886 325
Dick on 01748 886 252
Judith on 01748 886 366
Eileen on 01748 886 270
Joan on 01748 886 811
David on 01748 886 325
Eileen on 01748 886 270
||Other Events in Gunnerside
Murder on the Orient Express: Starring
Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Crux
When a murder occurs on the
train he's travelling on, celebrated
detective Hercule Poirot is recruited to
solve the case.
Film Stars Donít Die in Liverpool
Starring: Jamie Bell, Annette Bening,
A romance sparks between a
young actor and a Hollywood leading lady.
Leyburn G&S Society concert version
open 7.00pm Admission price £5
adult: £3 children.
before the film.
Bar serving wine beer
and soft drinks
Tickets on the door £6 incl
Doors open 7.00pm
|Saturday April 21st - 7.30pm
Saturday May 19th - 7.30pm
Friday May 18th - 7.30pm
Other activities during the course of
the year include village concerts, plays and musical
performances; catering for visiting groups; basic weekend
accommodation for youth groups; election polling station;
feeding station and checkpoint for the Swaledale marathon;
meetings of the Parish Council and Pasture Committee;
public meetings; funeral teas; private parties.
For bookings or for further information, please contact
the Booking Secretary, Eileen Kilpatrick, on 01748
270 or firstname.lastname@example.org