Ebor Hall

As part of the communal spaces enjoyed by members of the community, the Ebor Hall is a more recent addition, built discreetly on the rear of the mortuary building and store. The Hall was completed and dedicated in November 2015 on Founders Day.

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The Hall carries the name ‘Ebor’ in acknowledgment of the old roman name for York and the link between the founder of the Hospital Robert Holgate who was the 59th Archbishop of York in 1545.

Ebor Hall Side

The glazed side of the Hall opens out onto the beautiful grounds extending the space available for use by the Brothers and Sisters. The kitchen is fully equipped.

This important multifunctional community hall is creatively divided to enable residents to have family gatherings, weekly community coffee mornings, keep fit class and domino competitions, cheese and wine fundraising events and many social and community celebrations. The Matron organises craft and community events throughout the year.

The level easy access facilities ensures that all are able to access the space well. Booking the hall is not available to be hired by outside groups, any inquiries must go via the Master.

Ebor Hall inside building