Edith Bankes Memorial Hall

Phone 07736625853

The Edith Bankes Memorial Hall was erected by the late Sir John Eldon Bankes in memory of his wife in 1932

The grounds & the building were conveyed to the Northop Parish Council upon trust for use by the residents of Northop.

Over the years the Hall has had many uses for meetings, sport, song & dance. The hall has recently been refurbished & is still regularly used & and is an important part of our Village.

The Hall has been used in the past as a magistrates court & doctors surgery & is still used today by the playgroup, toddlers, WI, the youth club, brownies & guides, as a polling station & as the venue for the annual Northop Pantomime as well as much more!
The Hall can be hired for meetings or events - for more information contact.

Mrs Rosemary Jones
c/o Brookfield
Nr Mold
CH7 6BQ
07736 625853

Upcoming events at this location

Thomas Pennant's rambles through North-East Wales during the late eighteenth centuary
Victoria Cross Heroes of North Wales, World War One.
Annual General Meeting
Folliwng the AGM. King Arthur in the Flintshire Harries and Bangor University's Arthurian Collections. Prof. Raluca Radulescu is the Director of the centre for Arthurian Studies, Bangor University.