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Lunesdale Hall

Lunesdale Hall

Kirkby Lonsdale's Institute was renamed The Lunesdale Hall in 2013 by the management committee to make it more attractive as a venue for a wider range of social activities, including christening and wedding celebrations.

It was built in 1895 and is a much-used public building for all manner of activities, from parties and exhibitions to demonstrations, meetings, coffee mornings, theatre and film shows.

Kirkby Lonsdale is at the heart of the Lune Valley and offers a wide range of activities for visitors. There are scenic walks, a weekly Charter Market every Thursday, dating back to the 13th Century, a variety of pubs, hotels and bed and breakfast accommodation to suit all tastes and purses.

Lunesdale Hall is situated in the town centre, close to several car parks and is on local bus routes. It has a variety of rooms for hire, with associated kitchen, toilets, disabled facilities and a stage. The largest room is The Lonsdale Room, which has a stage at one end and can seat more than 100 people. There are two other rooms, The Bective Room and The Ruskin Room. The Ruskin Room is on an upper level reached only by stairs. Disabled facilities are fully provided in the ground floor areas. More information on each room is available here.

You can book any of The Lunesdale Hall rooms online by clicking here.

Contact Details

The Lunesdale Hall
Bective Road
Kirkby Lonsdale LA6 2BG

Online room bookings: Click here
Email: lunesdalehallbookings@kirkbylonsdale.co.uk

 

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  • Can you spare an hour or two?

    Thursday, 15 February 2018

    Can you spare an hour or two on Saturday 24th March 2018 to help the Yorkshire Dales National Park Rangers, Young Rangers, and Volunteers in Kirkby Lonsdale?

  • One of Kirkby Lonsdale’s best-loved buildings looks set for a brighter future

    Monday, 05 February 2018

    The Lunesdale Hall steering group has announced it will invite consultants to bid for a tender to produce a feasibility study which should make recommendations for a sustainable future for the Hall, which sees it playing a more significant role in the day to day life of the town.

  • Have you ever thought about writing?

    Saturday, 27 January 2018

    Have you ever thought about writing but are unsure how or where to start? If you are considering writing your first novel, poetry, blogs or articles, come along and learn in a friendly and supportive environment!

  • Have you ever wanted to play a brass instrument in a band?

    Saturday, 27 January 2018

    Kirkby Lonsdale Brass Band will be offering a weekly learners group with FREE tuition from experienced musicians at Kirkby Lonsdale Rugby Club between 6.30 and 7.30pm on Monday evenings, starting Monday 12th February 2018.