Worsall ( High and Low ) is a hamlet and civil parish in the Hambletondistrict of North Yorkshire, England. 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Yarm. The population of the parish was estimated at 40 in 2010.The population remained at less than 100 at the 2011 Census. Details are included in the civil parish of Low Worsall. The area contains evidence of a Deserted medieval village, featured on Time Team Series 5 Episode 8, March 1998. High Worsall was the highest tidal point on the River Teesuntil the building of the Tees Barrage.
About Our Village Hall www.worsallvillagehall.co.uk
A new countryside village hall, built 2009. The main hall is large and bright with sprung floor and stage; curtained walls give a soft ambience. The Activity Room is carpeted for smaller gatherings. Both with hatches to an extensive Kitchen and Bar. Main Hall - seating for 150 Activity Room - seating for 30
Entrance Lobby is glazed frontage and opens into a particularly spacious and welcoming bright reception area, where clients can linger before moving on. Main Hall is multi-purpose and sized to suit badminton. It features a sprung timber floor and it is popular with dancers; it includes a raised permanent stage area in front of which an extension enables larger staged undertakings; such as pantomimes! (Use of the extension is by special arrangement when first booking and depends on the timing of other bookings.) This Hall is a very well lit and airy room. Its ambience is softened by substantial curtaining to the walls and windows making it very suitable for social events, concerts and similar functions. The Main Hall opens out onto a large paved Patio inviting guests outside on warm summer evenings making it particularly suitable for a barbeque event. Activity Room This is a smaller but carpeted room providing a friendly atmosphere for Receptions, Club and Tutorial activities, Meetings and Buffet Dining. The hatch to the kitchen enables the serving of food in this room. Bar Here the wide serving hatch opens into the Main Hall from the bar area which itself is open plan into the Kitchen. Appointments include shelving, Wine Cooler, Deep Freeze and glass washing in the commercial washer. Our own glass is available in large quantities and a variety of types. The Kitchen is rated very highly by caterers with its large work areas, cooker, continuous boiling water unit for hot drinks, larder fridge and the commercial sized heated mobile food trolley and high speed commercial washer. Although designed to provide ‘top-up’ facilities to caterers, some have done virtually all their cooking on site. Seating is provided by 150 comfortable upholstered chairs with additional chairs available for that larger event up to 250. Tableware Features a complete set of glass, cutlery and table cloths.
ZUMBA Ditch the workout and join the party! At Worsall Village Hall Zumba Fitness Class every Monday from 8th January 6:15pm - 7pm £3.50 per class Zumba is an easy-to-follow, calorie-burning and body -sculpting, Latin-flavoured dance class suitable for all fitness levels. Licensed Zumba Instructor : Amanda Buck For further details or to register an interest please contact Amanda on 07708 958180 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org YogaSusan's yoga classes are relaxed and enjoyable. Classes are designed to be completely accessible to everyone. Some students have physical limitations, some are experienced and others are complete beginners. Classes take place Monday Level 1: 9.45 - 11.15am, Level 2: 11.15am - 12.45pm Wednesday 7.00 - 8.30pm Flower Arranging Flower Arranging with Karen Bainbridge. Karen comes one week to demonstrate various floral designs and then helps at the following workshop. It is open to everyone from beginners to experienced and any equipment can be provided. Dates of forthcoming workshops can be found here We meet in the small room of the village hall at 10 am to 12 noon. Please contact Liz Leigh or Gill Bainbridge for more details
Folk Dance Group Meet on a Tuesday 7:15 - 9:15pm. We welcome new members. Keep fit the fun way and make new friends. No experiance is needed and you do not need a partner. We charge £1.50 per sesion which includes a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. We teach British folk dances and some American squares and contras. These are dances such as those you may have done at a ceilidh or at school and some similar to dances featured on Pride and Prejudice. Contact Sue on 01642 712056.
Worsall WI We meet on the second Monday in the month at 7:15pm. Why not join us for interesting talks, learn new skills,the opportunity to go on Federation outings and walks and lots of fun and friendship. Enquires to Debbie Gravestock 01642 784010
The Village Hall can also be used for weddings, birthday parties and conferences.....