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Beaumont Parish Hall

Beaumont Parish Hall is well used locally, hosting play groups, community groups, social events and a location for private functions. There is disabled parking and access and the hall is also hired out for private social activities.  The main hall incorporates a stage and dance floor and there are kitchen and toilet facilities. Outside, there is a play area, picnic area and playing field adjacent to the hall with excellent views over the River Eden. The hall is in the centre of the parish of Beaumont, Cumbria and the nearest postcde is CA5 6DX.

View of the River Eden from the hall grounds.

The Hall Committee are responsible for maintaining the hall and they arrange many of the social functions within the parish such as the annual Beetle Drive, bonfire night firework show, a children's Christmas party, and the biannual Craft, Flower and Produce Show, as well as events that celebrate special occasions such as the 2012 commemoration of the Diamond Jubile.

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In addition to private booking for one-off functions, the hall hosts regular activities including the Monthly Friday Coffee Mornings (raising funds for local charities), Solway Flower Club, Kirkandrews-on-Eden WI, Youth Club and Young Farmers Club.

Beaumont Parish Hall


The current hall, a temporary building, until a nerw purpose-built hall could be built after over 60 years has now reached the end of its life and the committee are no longer able to receive funding for its improvemnet as the hall is structurally compromised. The hall committee decided to start drawing up plans to replace the existing hall. Copies of full-sized concept drawings can be found in the hall.

Click here to view the current concept drawings. 

In December 2019, after the hall has raised sufficient funding, an archaeological survey was undertaken to see if it was possible to build the new hall to the front of the existing hall. See photograph of one of the trenches below. Luckily no archaeological finds were discovered so the next stage of the new hall building can proceed, which will be draw up building plans that can be submitted to Carlisle City Council, get costing drawings and then approach contractors to quote for the tender for the building work.


The site has been planted with a meadow area and what wiull eventually becpme a woodland area. All the species used are native to the Cumbria area. Our thanks to Friends of the Lake District and Cumbria County Council for their generous funding to complete theis stage and Cumbria Wildflowers at Great Orton for teir expert advice and the supply of all our seeds and plants.

Special thanks also to our farming community for the use of their machinery and time to prepare the site, and our community volunteers who over a  two- day period scattered a large quntity of seed and planted about 1100 individual plug plants and bulbs. 

Although it will take 2-3 years to mature properly, there will still be things of interest to see. Our next stage will be to seek funding to provide access to the site and other features to improve the project.

Some new photographs have been added showing how the wildlife area has developed this year, with quite a few different species of flower on show. This has been despite the drought, and the site will develop better over the next couple of years as more of the perennial plants come through. There is a pathway now cut through the area, so please feel free to go and have a look at it. Click here for further details.

Bug hotel newly added to the wildlife area in 2018.

Tree planting in December 2018


Due to the corona virus pandemic, the hall is closed.

All forthcoming events at the parish hall can be found on the website Homepage.

MONTHLY COFFEE MORNINGS Beaumont Parish Hall hold a monthly Coffee Morning at Beaumont Parish Hall usually on the 1st Friday of each month from 10.00 am -12 noon. It is a chance to meet and chat with fellow parishioners. Walkers and dogs are welcome. Refreshments available. Proceeds in aid of the Parish Hall Rebuilding Fund together with another charity currently Kidney Research Fund.

Since starting the coffee mornings, £100 has been raised for each of the following charities: Hospice at Home (Carlisle and North Lakeland), Animals' Refuge at Wetheral, Carlisle Mencap, the British Red Cross, the Great North Air Ambulance, RNLI, Carlisle Carers, Blood Bikes Cumbria, Neuroendocrine Tumour (NET) Cancer, Eden Valley Hospice, Macmillan Nurses, the Indonesian Tsunami Appeal, Penrith Mountain Rescue Team, Carlisle Food Bank, Carlisle Samaritans and Amy's Care.

Click here to view the regular events held in the hall.


Photographs of previous Beaumont Parish Hall events can be see on the repository page and the website gallery. Details of some of our other events can be found on the Repository page under About the Parish heading on the website.

Great Get Together Family Fun Day and Bring and Share Afternoon Tea.

Spectators looking-on from the shade.

Beaumont Parish Hall held an Authentic Punjabi Curry Night and Quiz. Photographs can be found on the repository page of the website.

Queuing for the buttet at the Cuirry and Quiz Night at the hall.


The wooden hut (with later brick built extensions) was purchased following World War Two and was officially opened in 1953 to celebrate the Queen’s coronation. To view a brief History of Beaumont Parish Hall go to our Local History page.


The hall is available for hire at very reasonable rates for private functions, christenings, birthday parties, meetings, wedding receptions, coffee mornings, clubs etc. To book the hall contact Bryony Kirk, the Booking Secretary on 576403, email beaumontpcwebsite@hotmail.co.uk or by downloading and completing the relevant booking form below and forwarding the form to the booking secretary. Bookings will be confirmed on receipt of a completed booking form together with the deposit. Booking forms are available from the Booking Secretary.

The main hall area is approximately 5 m x 20 m. There is a permanent stage area and kitchen. There is a fully accessible disabled WC. A marquee is also available to hire.

The cost for hiring the hall and marquee

Two hour bookings: Summer (Apr-Oct) £15.  Winter (Nov-Mar) £20.

Six hour bookings: Summer (Apr-Oct) £30,   Winter (Nov-Mar) £50.

For prices for regular users contact the Booking Secretary.

A 12 x 4 m marquee is also available for hire at £25 per day with a £100 deposit.  

Booking forms

To download a booking form for a one-off event please click here, for regular or multi-booking form click here and to download a booking form for the marquee click here.

Play area

New Committee Members ALWAYS welcomed!

Beaumont Parish Hall Committee are always looking for new members to join the team. If you are interested in helping run the hall or helping to run a single event please let any member of the committee know, or telephone Harold on 575010. You would be surprised how much pleasure you would get from giving your time to our community.

New constitution for Beaumont Parish Hall. The Beaumont Parish Hall Management Committee has become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. It will make no difference to the way the hall is run and it will be run by the same Trustees. It will however absolve the Trustees from personal financial responsibility, as we move towards the re structure and future of the Hall. Any comments or questions please contact Harold Bowron on 575010 or any other committee member. Our Charitable Incorporated Organisation charity number is 1171188.


The committee have their meetings on the last Wednesday of the month.

Click here to view the current members of the Hall Management Committee.

Minutes during 2020

Minutes of the virtual AGM together with the committee meeting held online in September will be issued once approved at the meeting in October. 

Minutes of July's meeting can be viewed here.

Due to the corona virus pandemic, the parish hall has been closed since March 2020.

Minutes of March's meeting can be viewed here.

Click here to view the minutes of the January meeting.

Meetings during 2019

Click here for November's minutes.

Click here to view the minutes of October's meeting.

Click here for the minutes of September's meeting.

Click here to view the minutes for July's meeting.

Click here to view June's minutes.

Click to view the 2019 AGM and May meetings.

Click here to view the minutes for April.

Click here to view the minutes for March.

Click here to view February's Minutes.

Click here for January's minutes.

Meetings during 2018

To view the minutes of November's meeting, click here.

To view October's minutes, click here.

To view September's minutes, click here.

To view July's minutes, click here.

To view May's minutes click here. To view the AGM minutes click here.

To view the minutes from April's meeting, click here

To view the minutes from March's meeting, click here.

To view February's minutes click here.

To view January's minutes click here.

Meetings during 2017.

To view November's minutes click here.

To view October's minutes click here.

To view September's minutes click here.

To view July's minutes click here.

June's minutes can be viewed here.

To view the minutes for the late May meeting, click here.

To view the minutes for the AGM and the early May meeting click here.

To view March's minutes click here.

February's minutes can be viewed here.

January's minutes can be viewed here.

Meetings during 2016.

November's minutes can be viewed here.

October's minutes can be viewed here.

September's minutes can be viewed here.

April's meeting's minutes can be seen here.

Click here to view the minutes of March's meeting.

Meetings during 2015

Click here to view the minutes of October's meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of September's meeting.

There was no meeting in August.

Click here to view the minutes of July's meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of June's meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of May's meeting. Click here to view the 2015 AGM minutes.

Click here to view the minutes of March's meeting.

Click here to view the minutes for the February meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the January meeting.

Meetings during 2014

Click here to view the minutes of the November meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the October meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the September meeting.

There was no meeting in August.

Click here to view the minutes of the July meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the June meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the May meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the April meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the March meeting.

Click here to view the minutes of the February meeting.

Beaumont Village Hall uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, fundraising, running and marketing events at the hall.  Data may be retained for up to 7 years for accounts purposes and for longer where required e.g. 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 hall Secretary.