St. Margaret's Village Hall, Alderwasley


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St Margaret’s, Alderwasley’s village hall, nestles on the side of a hill overlooking the Derwent Valley and Crich Stand beyond. Thought to be the oldest building used as a village hall in England, this beautiful Ancient Monument and Grade II listed building was totally refurbished in 2011 thanks to Big Lottery funding. Steeped in history, the hall is the centre of village social and community life hosting weekly groups and regular events.

The village hall’s many users enjoy a large and airy space featuring ancient exposed stone, white lime plastered walls, and honeyed oak panels under a beamed ceiling, all brought right up to date with very modern touches.  Under-floor heating is provided by a ground source heat pump, borehole water supplies the modern kitchen and toilet facilities and a WIFI connection is available thanks to local sponsor, Zycomm.

St Margaret’s Hall, Alderwasley is a community facility fully fit for the 21st century.

St Margaret’s Hall is available for private hire. Please email   for more information.

For further information about Alderwasley please visit the Alderwasley parish council.