Working to re-open our hall to benefit the local community

Once home to Stretford Civic Theatre, Stretford Public Hall was built for the local community by John Rylands in 1878. Since then it has had over 100 years of community use until it's closure in 2012.

In 2015 the Hall was based into the stewardship of The Friends of Stretford Public Hall, and our intention is to turn the hall into a fantastic community venue.

 


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    Community comes together to discuss Stretford development plans

    Upwards of 200 residents gathered at the Public Hall on Sunday (24 Sept) to discuss the recent plans released by Trafford Council to develop a new university and a student village in Stretford.  In particular, the refreshed masterplan proposes accomodation for 1,700 people for the Lacy Street car park as a well as a "student hub" in the Essoldo cinema - just over the road from the Hall. 
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    First ever performance for the Hall's community choir

    Stretford Singers, the Hall's community choir, held its first ever performance this month to a packed-out crowd.  The choir launched back in January this year as an open and inclusive activity for anyone to join. They come together every Wednesday evening to learn and perform a new song. 
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