In 1920, Ingham acquired its first Village Hall when a wooden second-hand World War One hut was re-erected on the Village Green where it served the community well for decades.
By the early 1980s the building was clearly in need of replacement and so the opportunity was taken to combine the need for a Hall for the School with one for the Village. This was achieved in 1985 as part of a unique Chance To Share Agreement between Ingham Primary School and the villages of Ingham and Cammeringham and cost in the region of some £180,000.
Since that time many additional improvements to the Hall have included Full Disabled Access, the addition of a new Community Room including a new Catering Kitchen in 2010, a major upgrade of the Toilet Facilities in 2013 and new flooring in the Community Room and external doors being fitted in 2019. In 2021, following grant money being received due to COVID, the Village Hall Committee updated some of the internal aspects of the Village Hall including, re doing the main hall floor, painting the wooden areas of the hall blue, revamping the display boards in the hallway, moving the booking system online, upgrading our banking system to include online banking, new cupboard doors in the kitchens, new blinds in the hall and community room, new chairs in the community room and new lighting for the disco lights and the spot lights for the stage. We are also looking at replacing the work tops in the kitchen, replacing the crockery in the kitchens and new shutter doors for the storage areas in the main hall
Ingham and Cammeringham Village Hall continues to serve the community in many different ways, including being used for the Village Preschool and Out of School clubs, Dance, Pilates, History Group, Private Parties and many more social events including Remembrance Day Lunch, Annual Christmas light switch on and the Annual Bonfire Night.
The Village Hall offers free WiFi to all our visitors. We are always keen for new members to join our Village Hall Committee. If you think this might be something of interest to you please contact a member of the committee to discuss this further