Village (Hodgett's) Hall

St. Bees Village Hall, also known as “Hodgett’s Club”, is an imposing sandstone building in Finkle Street, built in 1882 as the St. Bees Liberal Club. In 1924 the building was bought by the Parish Council.

Today it is run by the Village Hall Management Committee; an independent charitable body run by volunteers for the benefit of the community .


The Hall is centrally located in the village in Finkle Street, and is undergoing extensive re-furbishment to the heating system, the bar, the toilets and kitchen. Facilities include:

  • Licensed bar (can be provided on request)
  • Stage with a 100W sound system compatible with bluetooth
  • 55 inch multi-media display for presentations, images, streaming
  • Broad band Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen

Rentals are £12 hour and is capped at £50 for a day or evening.

Contact 01946 823772 for bookings



The imposing frontage in Finkle Street


Snow White panto
Audience at a murder mystery evening
Cast of the "St Bees Manor" murder Mystery
Cooking demonstration
General social event with tables laid out cabaret style
The OFSTED Murder Mystery
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