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Ingram Village Hall

Ingram Village Hall, Northumberland NE66 4LT

INGRAM VILLAGE HALL was opened in 1928 to serve as a Church Hall and a local community facility. Following a major refurbishment in 2010, that included energy saving and generating measures, it has been renewed as a focal point for local residents. It is a registered charity, organised and managed by a volunteer committee whose aim is to maximise its use for social, recreational and educational events.


Ingram Village Hall is situated on the edge of Northumberland National Park in the village of Ingram. It is on Sustrans cycle route 68, making it an excellent overnight stays for cyclists, and ideal for walkers who wish to camp indoors overnight to guarantee staying dry!

[GPS: 55°26’23.693″ N 1°58’11.91″ W]

Available for hire

Ingram Village Hall is available for hire by individuals, groups and organisations. Check available dates now:

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  • kitchen area
  • toilets
  • open, central floor space suitable for indoor (communal) camping, social or educational activities
  • sufficient tables and chairs
  • collapsible staging for specific events is also available, if required
  • parking

Note: there are no special sleeping arrangements. It’s bring your own equipment and be guaranteed a floor space for the night! You can make a cup of tea, cook your own food and sleep undercover but there is currently no shower.


An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is situated on the wall of the Village Hall, just opposite the entrance gate. For assistance, call 999 for the access code to open.

Need further information?


Helen Wyld (Secretary)

Tel: 01665 578395 Mob: 07853 123407

OR complete the Enquiry Form below:

History of Ingram Village Hall

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Refurbishment 2010
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