Morton Village Institute has recently been extensively modernised and provides an exceptional location for hire by groups and societies as well as by local residents for parties, receptions and other private functions.
See the bookings page for information on present hirings and contact details for how to book the hall (or part of the hall).Enquire about Booking Morton Village Institute
Situated in the centre of East Morton, the village Memorial Hall has become a real hive of activity. Since itâ€™s refurbishment in 2010 it is regularly used by various clubs and very popular for private bookings such as birthdays, weddings, funeral teas and exhibitions.
The hall has two self contained rooms for hire.
The Main Hall and Garden Room (approximately 90 sq.mtrs)
The hall has a stage and to the side, a fully equipped kitchen with serving hatch to the â€˜Garden Roomâ€™. This is a lovely south facing sunny room with double doors opening out onto a secure patio with playing fields and childrenâ€™s playground beyond. It can seat a maximum of 80 for a sit down meal; 100 theatre style or 100 for a disco.
Beanlands Room (approximately 41sq.mtrs)
Ideal for a meeting room or for smaller group activities. It has its own toilets and a small area to make drinks and wash up. Seats approx 50 theatre style.
Or hire the whole place
With double doors leading from the Beanlands Room to the Main Hall it is an ideal place to have a reception before your guests enter the hall or to have as a lounge area to relax, away from the dancing in the main room.
Directions to EAST MORTON MEMORIAL HALL – Address: 11 Main Road East Morton BD20 5SP
Just a mile off the A650 dual carriageway, between Bingley and Keighley. After bypassing Bingley, turn right at the next roundabout for Crossflatts /East Morton. At the next roundabout turn right. After about 300 metres, turn left to East Morton. Climb the hill, across the canal until you pass St Lukeâ€™s church on your right. Turn right at the mini roundabout and you will find the institute on your right hand side, just before the pub, The Busfeild Arms.