Walton Village Hall is at the heart of the community – this wonderful building has been in Walton since 1847 and has benefitted from the love and care of the local community. The hall itself has an adjoining playground area with children’s play equipment and football posts. This area can be freed up to form a perfect location for a marquee. A newly refurbished kitchen with all the other facilities you’d expect from Village Hall awaits you.
Walton Village lies in the valley of the Wharfe River, a West Yorkshire village two and a half miles from Wetherby, with its origins going back nine hundred years. Its full title is Walton-in-Ainsty, and is able to trace itself back to Anglo-Saxon times. The name Walton is a common one, meaning ‘Village or Farmstead of the Britons’, and is taken from the Old English ‘Wahl’.