Ever wondered what goes on in the Welton Village Memorial Hall. Well here is a list of regular activities. Please feel free to get in touch with the relevant contact if you want more information.
Welton Memorial Hall
Welton Memorial Hall is a beautiful and valued asset to the Parish. It is a grade 2 listed, mainly Georgian building in the centre of the conservation area of the rural village of Welton, overlooking The Green, St Helen’s Church and the Mill Dam. It is held in trust for the parish, consisting of the villages of Welton, Melton and Wauldby and is managed as a charity by a committee of trustees. It is used by various clubs and activity groups and has a large hall with a stage and a number of smaller rooms available to hire. It is an ideal venue for clubs and societies as well as wedding receptions, parties and other events.
Adjoining the Hall is the Welton Memorial Club.
Latest News and Posts
We are pleased to announce that the Welton Village Memorial Hall planning application has been approved. Watch this space for more news
Events & Bookings
Do you have a club or society that is looking for somewhere to host regular meetings? Get in touch today for a price list and calendar
“Would whole heartedly recommend this venue to anyone”
Host your wedding reception in the lovely, picturesque village of Welton. Our hall is right opposite St. Helen’s Church
Clubs and Societies
Are you part of a club or society that meets regularly? Welton Memorial Hall hosts regular society meetings for clubs and societies throughout the East Riding of Yorkshire and beyond
Set in the picturesque village location of Welton, the Hall is easily accessible from Hull and the entire East Riding of Yorkshire
The proximity to St. Helen’s Church make the Welton Memorial Hall and ideal location to hold Christenings
“With the Memorial hall being so close to the church it was an ideal location for our Christening party.”
Our Facilities In Use
Here are some of the recent functions and events that we have hosted at Welton Memorial Hall. Click on an image or view the complete gallery below