The Village Hall
The Village Hall Committee meets several times a year to discuss matters pertaining to the management and use of the hall. Committee members comprise of nominated representatives from the various user groups within the village. The hall is designed for the community and its use is necessary for the ongoing vitality of village life. New community uses, particularly those with which you are happy to assist, are doubly welcome.
The village hall committee is registered with the Charity Commission (Reg. No. 523346).
PRIVACY NOTICE: Ebberston Village Hall uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, running and marketing events at the hall and its fundraising activities. Data may be retained for up to 7 years for accounts purposes and for longer where required by the hall’s insurers. If you would like to find out more about how we use your personal data or want to see a copy of information about you that we hold, please contact the Chairman of the Village Hall Committee.
The Parish Council
Ebberston with Yedingham and Bickley Parish Council maintains its own website and all minutes, councillor details etc. can be found there.
We have two active places of worship in the village, the Church of England St Marys to the north of the village (see https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/19318/) and the Methodist Chapel on Main Street. See the newsletter for service information, etc.
The sportsfield at the south of the village is an outdoor space which can be utilised for many sports and has areas for football, a tennis court, a cricket field as well as a playpark. The sportsfield is managed entirely by volunteers and supported by fundraising and occasional grants. Find the Sportsfield on Facebook.
Village Groups and Organisations
In Ebberston we have a Craft Group, a Coffee Morning, a Cricket Club, a Golf group, a Table Tennis Group, a Village Tidy group, a WI, Youth Group, and a Yoga Group. Have I missed anything?!
Ebberston’s pub is called The Grapes and it is located on the High Street. https://www.thegrapesebberston.co.uk/
About this website
This website was created and is maintained by Judith Winters. Elements are published on behalf of Ebberston Village Hall and the Parish Council but everything is published on behalf of our village. If you think there are gaps, just let me know!