Village Hall – Hire

Farlington Village Hall

Farlington Village Hall is a lovely little space with a cosy log fire for those chilly winter evenings. It’s a perfect venue for around 20 people seated, or around 30 standing.

It has various facilities, which include a coffee machine with free coffee, a hot water urn and free tea, various chairs, benches, and tables, free fuel for the fire, and a portaloo.

As well as hosting the annual Parish AGM, the Village Hall has been used for a wide range of less formal events, including pop up summer cafes, christmas carols, pie n’peas night, and the curry night shown below.

So, as you can see the Village Hall is more than capable of adapting to most requirements. The question, is what could you use it for?

Hire charges for the Hall are a paltry £5/hour, with a minimum £10 charge.

To book the hall, please contact secretary@farlington.org.uk.

Do You Have Difficulty Getting to St Leonard’s?

St Leonards mobility scooter

We are well aware that the length and steepness of the church path can make it very difficult for some people to get to services at St Leonard’s. Someone in Stillington has very kindly donated to the church a nearly-new, robust mobility scooter. This is now available for every Sunday service from about 20 minutes before the service is due to start.

Get to the church gate, or thereabouts, and the buggy will do the rest. A member of the church will be with you so you do not have to be an expert in using mobility scooters.

St. Leonard’s Church

St Leonard's Church

St Leonard’s church has been a feature of Farlington village for over 900 years.   It is a small rectangular building; the nave leading into the chancel without any structural division.

The church is substantially a 12th-century structure touched by the fingerprints of countless generations down the years.   Major alterations have seen the addition of buttresses and windows of various dates.

Read more on the Visit Easingwold website

Find details on A Church near you website

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