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Welcome to your Community Hall

Wintringham Community Hall was officially opened in January 2016 and is situated in the picturesque village of Wintringham, near Malton, North Yorkshire.

It is a large capacity venue, offering a multi-purpose main hall, a separate meeting room, a well-equipped, large kitchen, disabled access, car park, baby-changing facilities, modern furniture and a west-facing verandah.

The Committee celebrating the opening of Wintringham Community Hall near Malton.

Monthly Coffee Mornings at Wintringham Community Hall.

Social Events

Come and meet your neighbours at one of our monthly social events!

Next social evening Friday 5th April

Everyone is welcome. Contact us for further details.

Forthcoming Events

Tue 18 Jun 2019 - Village Indoor Bowls
Thu 20 Jun 2019 - Jumba
Fri 21 Jun 2019 - Stay and Play Toddler Gro...
Mon 24 Jun 2019 - Training Course
Mon 24 Jun 2019 - Next Steps
Tue 25 Jun 2019 - Agricultural Training Cou...

Latest News

Table Tennis

Table Tennis All ages and standards welcome every Monday evening from 7-9pm. We have four tables available and all equipment provided. £2 per... [read more]

Computerised Photo Editing …

Following an expression of interest we are looking at the possibility of proving basic training  iin managing and storing, photos  on... [read more]

Short Mat Bowls

Short mat bowls is available at the hall and meet regularly every Tuesday from 7pm. Come and give it a try... [read more]

Classes & Exhibitions

A wonderful space to host your training event, exhibition or public consultation.


The perfect setting for your birthday, wedding, christening or other special party.


Our separate meeting room is a great space for hosting your group meetings or 1-to-1s.

Indoor sports

There's plenty of space in our main hall to host badminton, table tennis or other indoor sports.

About Us

Wintringham Community Hall was officially opened in January 2016, following years of dedication by the committee and a group of hard-working residents who were determined to have the previous hall, a condemned First World War ex-Army wooden hut, replaced by a building with facilities which matched the needs of people of this century and beyond.



  • Big Lottery Fund - Lottery Funded


    Wintringham Community Hall was part-funded by the Big Lottery Fund