Brick Victorian building completed in 1903.
Paid for by the Stephenson family.
Main hall, kitchen, council clerks office, toilets. Fully modernised.
Member of communtiy buildings network.
Goxhill Memorial Hall was opened in 1925 and stands in it’s own grounds of car park, tennis court and large grassed area.
The single storey building accomodates a main hall, a kitchen, ladies and gents toilets, two smaller rooms and a snooker room with two full sized tables.
The Hall meets all fire safety regulations required.
It acts as the central focal point for most activities in the village from Mothers and Toddlers, Pre-school, Tai Chi, dance lessons, self defence classes, W. I. , square dance classes and fundraising events.
It also holds a public music license and is popular with private functions.
Please note that bookings are mostly taken in the evenings
Costs: Prices for the hire of specific areas of the Memorial Hall are shown on the website, with photos of the areas in question.
Swinefleet village hall is over 100 years old. It was originally built as a Church school then a Church hall before it was sold to the village community. It is now run by a voluntary committee.
At the hall we have W.I meetings, history groups, gun club, indoor curling club, yoga club, tan sudo, weddings, birthdays, funerals, Christenings and numerous meetings.
There is also a Local bolloting hall and a local school.
An old school, which is stone built with extensions and new renovations to create existing village hall that supports the surrounding communities.
The Village Hall is adjacent to the local playing fField and Tiny Tots play area.
The kitchen is fully fitted with up to date modern equipment e.g; oven, hot plate, fridge/freezer with crockery and cutlery.