Seamer Parish Council
War Memorial Hall
The hall was built by public subscription after the First World War to commemorate those from Seamer and Irton who had died, and is for the use of all those who now live in Seamer, Irton and Crossgates.
The Memorial Hall is run by a volunteer committee, on which users have representation, and the Parish Council are the Custodian Trustees.
The Main Hall is a large room (50’ x 20’ ) suitable for meetings, private parties, coffee mornings etc; this includes toilet facilities for the disabled and wheelchair user.
The Tom Young Room is 31’ x 14’, has its own toilet facility and separate access from the Main Street. A permanent ramp and associated safety lighting have been installed, access via the rear entrance.
A modern kitchen is available for use with any of the above rooms on request.
Facilities & access for the disabled and wheelchair user
Coffee Mornings Table Top Sales Seminars Further Education Classes, Exhibitions Shows Family Celebrations.
Main Hall 50’ x 20’ - Seating available for 70. Tom Young Room 31’ x 14’ with own separate access and toilet facility. Full Central Heating.
Bookings and enquiries - Mrs E Plevey Tel: 863590
Caretaker - Mr R Barker Tel: 865757
Mondays Clog Dancing 8.00pm
Wednesdays Weight Watchers 6.00 to 7.00pm
Thursdays Seamer Tots - Mother & Toddler Group 1.15pm - 3.00pm
Thursdays Slimming World 3:30pm 5.30pm and 7.30pm
3rd Wed Women’s Institute - 7.30pm
Last Sunday Pelargonium - 2.00pm
For charges and bookings contact Mrs E Plevey Tel. 863590