Todwick Village Hall was built in the latter part of the 19th century as the village school. In 1968, when the new school was built on adjoining ground, The Diocese of Sheffield donated the building to Todwick Village.and was then used as the village hall. Over the years extensions were added but in 2006 / 7 it underwent a total refurbishment and extension. During the building works some of the orignal features - beams and fireplace -were once again brought into view and now add to the ambience of the original hall number one.
The building has 2 halls, a fully fitted kitchen, an upstairs meeting room and separate coffee lounge.
It is an ideal venue for parties, wedding receptions, meetings and other functions.
The hall caters for a wide spectrum of people from babies to those of "more advanced" years.
The hall has a strong management team who are dedicated to ensuring the hall runs smoothly.