Burton Jubilee Hall, Houghton

The Jubilee Hall began in 1908 as a Reading and Recreation room for the men of the Burton Parish. The room was provided by Sir Owen & Lady Scourfield of Williamston.

The Parish bought the hall in 1923 for £100, and in 1963 it was made into a charitable trust, with three trustees, to ensure permanence in the community. In 1984 Burton Community Council were made the Custodian Trustees of the charity, and a revised constitution was agreed, and implemented.

The Hall

John Wesley preached twice in the parish, August 1771, and July 1777, and a village school was founded in 1844.

Registered Charity: 234813

Scottish Dancing in Houghton

 

Square Dancing in Houghton

 

Contacts:

Iain Wood :  Chairman  01646601311
Jill Phillips: Booking Secretary  01646601709

Features

  • Kitchen with boiler, fridge and cooker
  • Central heating
  • Sprung floor suitable for dancing
  • Music licence
  • Wi Fi

ParkingParking available
DisabledDisabled parking bays available
WheelchairWheelchair access to front of building
ToiletsToilets
AccessibleAccessible WC
LevelLevel entrance to building