Burgage Hall

The Burgage Hall is tucked away down Church Lane in the very centre of Ledbury, behind the Butchers Row Museum.  The hall got its name from the ‘burgage plots’ on which many of Ledbury’s buildings stand, to find out more visit:

http://ledburycivicsociety.org/burgage-hall/a-history-of-burgage-hall/

Spacious and light, with high ceilings and a gallery, it was built in 1852 as a Congregational Chapel, but by the 1950s had fallen into disuse.  It was restored by the Ledbury and District Civic Society in 1985 and Ledbury Places bought the building under asset transfer from the Council in 2017. It is leased to the civic society who manage it as a popular venue for meetings, parties, classes and exhibitions.  If you would like to find out more about hiring it please visit:

http://ledburycivicsociety.org/burgage-hall/

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