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Village Hall


Creighton Memorial Hall in Embleton, Northumberland, is reputedly the largest village hall in the county. It is named after Mandell Creighton, who was vicar Embleton in 1875-1884,  and later went on to become Bishop of London.

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The Creighton Memorial Hall, Embleton

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Embleton Village Hall

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