Our village hall provides a place for the whole community of Littondale to gather. It is the central hub where the people of the five villages of the dale can meet, celebrate, share and experience a range of activities and performances.
The space is well used by various community groups and a wide range of events are held throughout the year with the aim of providing something for everyone, residents of the dale and visitors alike.
The hall, with kitchen and bar, is available to hire for your own event and those special occasions including parties, weddings, christenings, birthdays.
If you would like to hire the hall please contact:
Sarah Paul 01756 770282 / firstname.lastname@example.org
while the hall is closed for the current works, we are holding an Easter Treasure Hunt in Hawkswick….
Easter Treasure Hunt
Join us for an Easter Treasure Hunt around Hawkswick.
Can you solve all the clues? How good is your egg rolling?
Car park and refreshments in the field by the footbridge: look for the gazebo.
Saturday 8th April | 11am – 2pm
Amerdale Hall needs your help.
To ensure that the Hall can continue as the Dale’s community hub for residents and visitors alike into the long term, we urgently need to replace the roof, update the kitchen and insulation, install cost-effective, eco-friendly heating and an accessible WC.
This vital and exciting redevelopment is now underway and proceeding well with the current work on course to be finished by the end of May. The re-roofing has been completed and the new toilets, including, for the first time, an accessible WC, will be installed very soon. It is very good to see such a positive outcome following years of fundraising by the people of Littondale.
We continue to raise the funds to make the rest of the plans a reality.
How you can help
If you would like to apply to join the small group of volunteers who manage the Hall, please contact the Chair on (01756) 770050.
To become a more sustainable resource for our community we need:
- New roof
- Accessible WC
- New kitchen
- Improved heating from renewables