The hall dates back to the 1870s and is sited in a central position on Castleton High Street – it is a valuable amenity for the local community and is well-used by a wide range of individuals and community groups.
Castleton village lies within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and is part of the parish of Danby. It can be reached by road and by rail via Castleton Moor railway station on the Esk Valley line. The village is well served with its own primary school, church, pub (The Downe Arms), small supermarket, tearoom, play area and a good range of village sporting activities such as cricket, tennis and bowling clubs.
Castleton is a centre for tourists, walkers, cyclists and many other outdoor pursuits.
Castleton Village Hall is a registered charity and is managed and run by a committee of volunteers. If you would like to support the hall, please do not hesitate to get in touch.