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Gunnerside is a small village located in the heart of the beautiful countryside of Swaledale, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Charges & How to Find Us

For more information about Gunnerside, please go to www.gunnerside.info

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 village residents and 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 70 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 which (from December this year) will have disabled access. A newly installed stair-lift gives access to the mezzanine and upper floors.  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?


Regular Events

What When Contact

Yoga


Monday Club
(board games)

Table Tennis



Coffee morning/
on-line shopping

TLC@Gunnerside
(Thursday
Ladies' Club)

Adult Ballet
Classes

Film shows


Coffee morning or
soup and sweet
lunch

two sessions on Mondays
at 14.00 and 18.45

every other Monday
at 14.00

first and third Tuesdays
7.30 (in GUNNERSIDE
CHAPEL)

every Thursday from 10.00


every fourth Thursday
at 19.30


every Friday at 9.00 am


once a month,
Saturday, at 19.30

every Bank Holiday Monday


Rachel
01748 886 460

Margaret
01748 886 325

rob@salterton.com



Eileen
01748 886 270

Sue
01748 884 937


Janet
01748 884 677

David
01748 886 325

Eileen
01748 886 270

            Other Events in Gunnerside

Whats On When Where

FORTHCOMING FILMS FOR 2020

January
18th:  Yesterday 
Written by Richard Curtis, directed by Danny Boyle, starring Himesh Patel and Lily James

February 22nd:  Late Night
Starring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling

March 28th:  Downton Abbey
The film, starring all the same people who were on the telly

April 18th:  Sorry We Missed You
Directed by Ken Loach, starring
Kris Hitchen and Debbie Honeywood

May 16th:  Knives Out
A murder mystery starring Daniel Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis

June 18th:
Sometimes, Always, Never
Starring Bill Nighy, Sam Riley, Tim McInerney and Jenny Agutter

 



All films are shown on Saturdays at 7.30 pm. 

Doors, quiz and bar open at 7.00.

Adults 5, children 3.







 






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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; public meetings; funeral teas; private parties.

For bookings or for further information, please contact the Booking Secretary, Eileen Kilpatrick, on 01748 886270 or gunnerside.vh@yahoo.com