Welcome to the Gaskell Memorial Hall, Silverdale, Lancashire.
The Gaskell Hall was opened in 1931 and is named after Elizabeth Gaskell, the novelist who regularly stayed in the village.
We have two main rooms that can be booked for a variety of activities and is used regularly by village and other groups for many events such as, yoga, pilates, Saturday coffee mornings, Village Players productions, line-dancing, country-dancing, badminton, W.I, community cinema; one-off parties, lectures, concerts, public meetings etc.
Main Hall - This can be used for Coffee Mornings, Parties, Dances, Community Cinema, Play productions and any other private functions you may wish to hold. Seating for up to 200.
Green Room - This can be used for conferences, meetings and smaller private functions. Seating for up to 40.
The Gaskell Hall, Silverdale has two kitchens and disabled accessible toilet facilities with a wheel chair lift between the two floors.
If you are interested or wish to book any rooms or all of the Hall. Please click here.
On November 14th 2015 a tea afternoon is being held to celebrate the life of Elizabeth Gaskell from 3-4pm
30th January 2016 Ceilah 7-12
20th February 2016 Houghton Weavers 7-11pm
Gaskell Memorial Hall
Lancashire. LA5 0RA