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Helmsley Town Hall

An historic Temple Moore building and community venue standing in the heart of the market place. Rooms (one including kitchen facilities) are available for hire on daily and half day rates.

Helmsley Town Hall

The Town Hall is part of the rich Temple Moore legacy in the area. He was an English architect who had been articled to George Gilbert Scott Jr and whose designs were mainly in Gothic Revival style. It was built in 1901 in the Queen Anne style and is protected by a Grade II listing.

The Town Hall was given to the population of Helmsley parish in 1958 by the then Earl of Feversham to serve originally as a Court room and to provide a place for the community to pursue recreational activities. The management committee comprised representatives of over 38 community clubs (including the Helmsley Fanciers Society). Recently the trustees have updated the constitution and the Board includes both elected members and representatives of community groups including the WI; the Royal British Legion; the Anglican and Catholic churches and the Methodist chapel; the Arts Centre; the Town Council and the Helmsley Recreational Charity.

The Town Library occupies much of the ground floor but the old library (known as the Meeting Room) is available to hire. Upstairs is a beautiful wooden floored main room with capacity for 100 and an adjacent smaller room with a kitchen area. Toilet facilities are upstairs. A stair lift gives disability access.

The Trustees
c/o The Secretary
Helen Robinson
The Vicarage
Baxtons Road

YO62 5HT

Tel: 01439 772002

Email: Chrissyme@btinternet.com

Website: www.helmsleytownhall.co.uk

Helmsley Town Hall
 January 2022

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