Catforth Memorial Village Hall

The Heart of our Community

Catforth Village Hall
This open and airy space makes it suitable for a wide range of activities, including children’s parties, concerts, weddings and many more.
Catforth Village Hall Registered Charity No:521358

Catforth Village Hall, Lancashire

Catforth is a small village just West of Preston in Lancashire. It lies between Bartle and Inskip in the rich dairy farming land of the Fylde.

Catforth Village Memorial Hall, to give it its formal name, was originally built in 1922 to honour the fallen in World War 1. The land was donated by a local farmer and the money needed for the building raised by local subscription. Nowadays it nestles as the much loved centre of our rural village, just across the road from the village school.

Catforth Village Hall Outside
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Interested in using our facilities?

Hire our Hall

A fantastic hall for all functions, including Weddings, Christenings, Birthday Parties, Engagement Parties, Private Events & Much more.

Take a look at some pictures from Catforth Village Hall

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The Hall plays host to many community events

Facilities

The Hall plays host to many community events but is also available to hire for outside functions. The Hall consists of a large room capable of accommodating 80 seated with tables, 110 seated theatre style (no tables) and 120 standing (no tables).

This open and airy space makes it suitable for a wide range of activities, including children’s parties, concerts, weddings and many more. It has good facilities to support these, ample car parking, and is centrally heated.

The character of the Village has changed slowly over the years from being a community based almost entirely on farming, with its population living and working within the village, to a more diverse one, encompassing local businesses, and a significant proportion who “work away”.

The Hall, however, remains the geographical focus of our community and the natural centre of Village life.

Covid Update


We are still in lockdown but are partially open with some Groups able to restart under the lockdown restrictions. These groups include The Church of Light and Life, Dancing Tuition, Dog Training.

The playground is still open and we encourage use with social distancing being adhered to.