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Village Hall, Rennington


The Village Hall is located off The Green in the village of Rennington, Northumberland. The hall is run as a charitable trust and serves Rennington Civil Parish.

"The Village Hall was formerly the village school. It is a traditional stone-built school which opened in 1894 to replace the old school (now a private dwelling) for 60 children and was expanded 10 years later to accommodate 120 pupils but as farming and schooling practices changed numbers fell and it closed as a school in 1982 with just 6 pupils and was adapted to become The Village Hall in the mid 1980’s." (Rennington Village Hall Website)

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Rennington Village Hall
- "The Village Hall is held as a charitable trust for the benefit of local residents living in the small rural communities of Rennington, Rock and Stamford, known collectively as Rennington ...

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Charity number: 516439
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU21081849

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