About

Burniston & Cloughton Village Hall is a charitable organisation which runs and maintains the facilities of the village hall and grounds for the benefit of local residents, community groups and other organisations that use our facilities.

Our History

Burniston & Cloughton Village Hall and Playing Fields including the playground and bowls club was established in 1964 following a bequeath from a member of the community. The hall and the surrounding facilities was first opened in 1965, and over 50 years later continues to serve the communities of Burniston, Cloughton and beyond.

We are established as a Registered Charity and managed and run by a team of Trustees, Committee Members and Volunteers.

What we Offer

For many years we have been the home of thriving entertainment such as the ever-popular annual pantomime and the legendary Cloughton Rat Pack concerts. They showcase amongst many others, the fantastic facilities we offer.

The hall continues to host a wide range of events such as concerts, parties and weddings, alongside clubs and societies who use the hall regularly for example short mat bowling, keep-fit, and the WI.

The Burniston & Cloughton Bowls Club is situated adjacent to the Hall, across the car park and up the slope it is clearly signposted.

Volunteering

We are always looking for volunteers to join and help with the maintenance and continued smooth running of the hall and grounds or perhaps join the pantomime – if you are interested please get in touch!