Ribchester Village Hall taken from the churchyard


Lying at the heart of our tranquil village - by the banks of the River Ribble and adjacent to St Wilfrid's Church - Ribchester Village Hall is a popular community location.

The Hall is frequently used as an event venue or meeting place by community groups, schools, businesses and individuals; both locally and from the wider community.

The Hall's facilities include a large main hall with stage, back room and kitchen. We have recently undertaken extensive Renovation work in the main hall as part of a larger, grant-funded improvement project.This project, when complete, will see all of our facilities upgraded and extended.

Ribchester is an historic Lancashire village - located in the picturesque Ribble Valley and close to both Blackburn and Preston. We are best known for our Roman heritage and the famous Roman Museum, right next door to the Village Hall. But there's plenty more to see, learn and do around the village. Why not download and print the History Trail brochure on our History page?

Anyone can hire our hall - from just 1 hour to a full day; whether you're planning a regular session or you're booking a school trip and looking for somewhere dry and warm for the children to have lunch. Simply Contact Us to check availability and prices.

We look forward to welcoming you!


This project is supported by the Rural Development Programme for England, for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Development: Europe investing in rural areas. Big Lottery Fund Logo

Latest News

Bernie Fawcett Yoga will be starting a course of Baby Yoga sessions at Ribchester Village Hall from Monday 7th November, 1:30-2:30pm. Classes run in 6-week blocks and cost £30 for a course. For more information contact Bernie on 07710 028204.

Yoga teacher, Blair Read, has been leading her popular weekly classes at Ribchester Village Hall for nearly two years. With it's generous space and underfloor heating, the Hall is the perfect place to practise. You've probably heard of Yoga before but how much do you really know about its benefits?

Several RATS members attended the NODA annual awards ceremony on 16th January 2016. With 5 nominations, hopes were high that they would come away with some recognition for their hard work last year.

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