Donate to the Hall

Gift Aid donation example Burton Memorial Hall is registered with the PayPal Giving Fund, so we can accept online donations from supporters and well-wishers.  If you would like to help keep the hall going, you can visit our donations page here 

Easy Fundraising banner

Shopping via Easy Fundraising helps the Hall

Burton Memorial Hall has an Easy Fundraising account, and we would like to ask you to  help us raise funds for the Hall by using the shopping links on the Easy Fundraising website.

Each time you make a purchase or sign up for a service  from one of the retailers or service providers partnered with Easy Fundraising the Hall will get a donation, the sums range from 25p to over £30.  Click this text link Easy Fundraising to get started -  it will soon add up if we all do it.

If you also opt to add the Easy Fundraiser Donation Reminder browser addon* it will tell you whenever you visit a site that is partnered with Easy Fundraising - read how to do that here Donation Reminder

The best thing of all, is that it doesn't cost you a penny more to support the Hall via Easy Fundraising and around 5,000 online retailers are partnered with the scheme, so there is a very high chance that the places you shop are on that list! 

* Not yet available for iPhone or Android browsers.


Burton Memorial Hall 200 Club Winners

200 Club Draws - March 2022

The winners of the March 2022 draw are as follows:
1st – S Coates £23
2nd – J D Long £14
3rd – L Jackson £9
Your prizes will be with you shortly.
Anyone wishing to join the 200 Club, please contact J Orr on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01524 784939.
Cost £12 per number for a year (12 draws).
Why not buy a year’s subscription for £12 as birthday gift for a family member or friend?
Or if you already have a number, why not buy another and increase your chances of a win?


New doors for the Memorial Hall

Burton Memorial Hall new doors August 2021

On 3rd and 4th of August our new white uPVC double-glazed entrance doors were installed, replacing the tired, old, single-glazed wooden doors which let in the draughts and ran with condensation every winter. 

The work was done by D.J. Glazing Ltd. of Kendal, who have replaced the difficult double doors with a wider single one, to make access easier for anyone with a wheelchair or baby buggy.

The lower panels are solid, whilst the upper panels are glazed to allow good visibility and light in the entrance lobbies.

Our grateful thanks go to The Hadfield Trust for their generous grant which helped to pay for the new doors, which will improve security, accessibility and comfort for users of the Hall. 


Use of the Hall's Car Park

Burton Memorial Hall private car park notice

We would like to remind residents and visitors that the Memorial Hall car park is for the use of people who have booked the Memorial Hall for a function or event. It’s unfair on them if they arrive to find insufficient space in the car park because it is already full of vehicles belonging to people not attending an event at the Hall.

We don’t mind people parking in the Memorial Hall car park for short period (i.e. up to 20 minutes) whilst they pop into the Village Store or deliver/collect children to/from school, but we do not want to see the car park occupied regularly as general residents' or visitors' parking during the time the Hall is open for use. 

Please be considerate of others. Don’t use the car park when it is needed for a booking or an event. If hirers cannot park when they arrive then they will stop booking the Hall, which will put its future for all users at risk.

If you run a B&B, rent out a holiday cottage, or are selling your home, please explain to your guests or potential buyers that the Memorial Hall car park is a private car park and not for their general use.


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