Lawton Memorial Hall

Lawton Memorial Hall was constructed in 2000 to modern standards and is suitable for a wide range of purposes.  It is an important facility for the local community and is used as a day care centre for Keystone Palliative Care on Mondays and Church Lawton Retirement Club every other Thursday and by local organisations, such as indoor bowling, kick boxing, and dancing groups.  Its facilities and pleasant rural location makes it ideal for wedding receptions and other special family or group social occasions.



Liverpool Road West

Church Lawton



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Booking Secretary

Joanne Reeves

07432 739313




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Capacity of hall, including seating capacity: maximum 120

Number of car parking spaces: 35

Ramped disabled access to building including hand rails.

No designated car parking spaces


Main Hall

Accommodating a maximum of 120 people depending on the nature of the function.  It has circular tables with polished tops seating 6-10 people and upholstered banqueting chairs and trestle tables for a top table and/or buffet.  A public address system with loop induction for the hard of hearing is installed.  There are adequate electrical sockets for trade fairs or similar.


Quiet Room

Suitable for our day care facilities we have 20 comfy high backed chairs and six tables in this room.



Fully equipped with double oven, 6-ring hob, double heated cupboard, twin refrigerators, water boiler, dishwasher, large sinks and separate hand wash bowl.  There are adequate stainless steel preparation surfaces including a large central table.  A serving hatch opens onto the Main Hall.  There is cream crockery available for 120 people for a four course meal.   Cutlery and white linen cloths are available to hire.


Licensed Bar

A fully equipped bar opening on to the Main Hall is operated on behalf of the Trust by a licensee, who has the sole right to provide drinks for sale.


Office/Meeting Room

Ideal for small groups or committees seating 14 with a round table and comfortable chairs.


Entrance Lobby

With male, female and disabled toilets and baby changing facilities


Treatment Rooms

We have two treatment rooms that are used by Keystone Palliative Centre, one suitable for counselling with a sofa and chair and the other suitable for complementary therapies with a sink and a couch.