Rathmell Reading Room

Community hubs · 1 HESLEY LANE RATHMELL SETTLE BD24 0LT

Community owned Part of the Community Assets Exchange

What and where?

The Reading Room was established in 1901 as Rathmell’s village hall. It's run by a volunteer committee as a charitable organisation and is available for community club meetings, parties and celebrations, and for all sorts of private hire events. It is also used by Ribble Banks Parish Council for meetings and as a polling station. The hall seats 50 people and has good kitchen and toilet facilities, a car park, and a full size snooker table in the upstairs room.

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Margaret Swift

Nominated by Rathmell Reading Room on Tuesday 25 June 2019

Updates

    • Address: 11 GOOHESLEY LANDSE RATHMELL SETTLE BD24 0LT
    • Latitude/Longitude: 54.0344445182598,-2.3012593271551254.035081,-2.301814
    • Category: OtherCommunity hubs
    • What and where? The Reading Room was established in 1901 as Rathmell’s village hall. It's run by a volunteer committee as a charitable organisation and is available for community club meetings, parties and celebrations, and for all sorts of private hire events. It is also used by Ribble Banks Parish Council for meetings and as a polling station. The hall seats 50 people and has good kitchen and toilet facilities, a car park, and a full size snooker table in the upstairs room.
    • Photos updated

    Edited at 14:48, Friday 5 July 2019, “corrected address and LAT/LONG, added description and photos (from http://www.rathmellvillage.org.uk/venues/rathmell-reading-room/) (detail, location, category, extra, photo)”