About Little Weighton

The village of Little Weighton is in the south-eastern part of the Yorkshire Wolds and close to the ancient town of Beverley and the city of Hull.

Two miles north-west is the historic beacon site on the hills of High Hunsley, close to the Yorkshire Wolds Way.

The Hull and Barnsley railway had a station here until the line’s closure in the mid twentieth century. The village now relies of a network of country roads to provide links to the villages, towns and cities beyond.

The main east west route through Little Weighton is “Old Village Road” which connects Skidby to the east and South Cave to the west. Historically the village grew along this road with houses and other buildings lining the route.

More recent building development has taken place alongside Old Village Road and to the north and south of it. The village itself has approximately 400 houses and a population of 1041 inhabitants.

Status & Trustees

The hall is owned by the village and is run as a Charitable Trust Charity Number 523266. Our Charity Commission governing document is available on our hallway noticeboard.

Pat Davison – Chair 
Prue Campbell – Secretary and Booking Secretary 
Richard Mann – Treasurer

Audrey Ringrose –  Sylvia Spinks  – Sue Jackson

The hall is at the centre of village life and is the venue for  many regular events take place here. It is also available for parties, discos, quizzes, children’s parties etc.

Village Hall Facilities

The Weighton Room measures 9.2m x 5.2m and has a wall-mounted screen and a projector in the ceiling, along with a loudspeaker system. It has step free access to the kitchen and toilets. It has a hearing loop.

The Rowley Room measures 7.5m x 5.2m, has a serving hatch to the kitchen and is linked to the Weighton Room by folding doors which, when opened, will form one big hall 16.7m long. It has access to the kitchen and toilets without any steps.

The Hunsley Suite is available as a small committee room or for anybody wanting to run a small business such as counselling, hairdresser or chiropodist who might need a treatment room and a waiting room.

It is linked to the Rowley Room by folding doors. It has its own entrance (without steps) but does not have access to the kitchen if The Rowley Room is occupied.

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