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Memorial Hall, Stainton


Memorial Hall is located on Meldyke Place in Stainton, Middlesbrough. The building has an interesting history; it was originally built in 1844 as a national school. In 1876 the pupils were transferred to the new Stainton Board Schools, after which the building was used as a reading room. Following the First World War the building purchased by the parish council and was extended to become a new village hall and memorial to commemorate those who lost their lives in the war; Memorial Hall was officially opened on the 20th of December 1920.[1] The Parish Council ran Memorial Hall until 1967, after which it became run as a local charity. Memorial Hall is a Grade II listed building.

Stainton 1844 War Memorials Old Stainton School National Schools
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Stainton Memorial Hall 1844

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Stainton Memorial Hall 1844

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Stainton Memorial Hall
- Stainton Memorial Hall (Stainton, Middlesbrough) - events, bookings, history etc.

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History of Stainton Memorial Hall
- "The building, now known as the Memorial Hall, was built in 1844 as a National School run by the Parish Church. The first picture shows how the building looked when ...

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Stainton Memorial Hall 1844
- Includes photos..."This building originally opened as a ‘Nation School‘ in 1844 which cost sixpence a week. It closed in 1878 when a free school opened and then became a ...

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Old Stainton School
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Old Stainton School
- Overview Map Street View Stainton Board Schools (separate boys and girls schools within the building) was constructed in 1876 by the Stainton, Thornton and Maltby School Board. It replaced the ...

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List number: 1329530
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4803714186
District: Tees Valley
Post code: TS8 9AU

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